With CBETA, the Cornell-Brookhaven ERL Test Accelerator, scientists are following up on the concept of energy-recovering particle accelerators first introduced at Cornell more than 50 years ago.
A group of five Cornell researchers - representing Engineering, and Arts and Sciences - has won a $1 million grant from the Keck Foundation for its research into topological superconductors.
Physics professor Erich Mueller and grad student Shovan Dutta realize long-theorized quantum state in an array of solitons, which could pave the way for future study into the creation of such states.
An 'eelevator' designed and built by a team including Cornell researchers is helping American eels survive their journey from the Atlantic Ocean to the Hudson River and the rivers of the East Coast.
By taking a series of near-atomic resolution snapshots, Cornell and Harvard Medical School scientists have observed step-by-step how bacteria defend against foreign invaders.
Gregory Poe, professor of applied economics and management, who died March 11 at age 56, was honored posthumously June 12 by the Northeastern Agricultural and Resource Economics Association for his contributions to the field.
Kelly Brzozowski's work with organic breeding systems earned her a fellowship from the Seed Matters Initiative of the Clif Bar Family Foundation.
Cornell astronomers gathered atop Mount Pleasant June 25 at sunset to honor one of their own. The 25-inch reflecting telescope at the university's Hartung-Boothroyd Observatory was named in memory of the late James R. Houck.
Researchers at the College of Veterinary Medicine have discovered a new method to measure tiny amounts of antibodies in foals, a finding described in the May 16 issue of PLOS ONE.
College of Veterinary Medicine researchers have discovered a key metabolic mechanism in Mycobacterium tuberculosis bacteria, which presents a novel drug target for potentially treating tuberculosis.