The Institute of Food Technologist Student Association Product Development team has created a new food product - Squashetti - for the national...
According to Prof. Bryan Danforth, entomology, the population of bees in North America – specifically the domesticated honey bee – has been declining since...
Klondike is a Beagle-Laborador Retriever mix that was flash-frozen and transplanted into a surrogate mother. This successful procedure could impact canine conservation...
Prof. Marcia Eames-Sheavly, horticulture, aims to use interaction with plants to help students engage with their artistic side.
According to Prof. Susheng Gan, horticulture, it is possible to extend the freshness of leaves through the discovery of the genes that trigger tissue aging.
Prof. Kyle Lancaster, chemistry and chemical biology, named one of 30 “rising stars tansforming science” by Forbes’ magazine last December, interrogates molecules for a living.
The collection of more than 150,000 sound and video recorndings of the Macaulay Library at the Cornell Lab or Ornithology are now available for free online.
Prof. Robert Shepherd, Ben Finio, post doctorate, and Prof. Hod Lipson hold engineering workshops to interest young children in STEM fields through fun activities.
Prof. Greg Loeb studies interactions among different levels in the food chain to develop environmentally friendly methods of controlling pests.
Watermelon may taste delicious, but Prof. Zhangjun Fei connected lack of disease resistance to better taste in the fruit.
Cornell Rocketry, an engineering project team, develops rockets for NASA's University Student Launch Initiative.
Prof. David Smith, psychology, researches the link between memory and location. Taking an exam in the same room in which you learned the material will allow you to do better on the test.
Prof. Jesse Goldberg, neurobiology and behavior, studies the learning process that is responsible for this behavior in songbirds in order to better understand how motor learning occurs in humans.
Three-photon imaging developed by Prof. Chris Xu '96, applied and engineering physics, improved on past technology to allow better imaging of the brain.
Prof. Huiju Park, fiber science and apparel design, works with 3-D technology to improve firefighter gear and reduce the number of injuries sustained by firefighters on the job.