Cornell climate scientists and their colleagues have developed a “robust null hypothesis” to assess the odds of a megadrought – one that lasts more than 30 years – occurring in the western and southwestern United States.
Journalists got a rare glimpse into the future of high-speed travel in vacuum tubes during an Inside Cornell talk Dec. 1 in Manhattan.
The leadership group has been selected for the newly formed Earth Source Heat planning committee, part of the campus effort to achieve carbon neutrality by the year 2035.
Engineer Max Zhang makes a concerted effort to improve the world through collaboration. “Ideas will only stay in my lab, will only stay on paper, if we don’t engage or work with the community.”
Cornell researchers are helping address water use on the Greek island of Santorini by reviving subterranean cisterns.
Cornell engineers and nutritionists have created a swift solution for a challenging global health problem: a low-cost, rapid test to detect iron and vitamin A deficiencies at the point of care.
A Cornell student, representing global youth constituencies at the Conference of the Parties (COP23) in Bonn, Germany, delivered a strong climate change statement to the convention delegates.
Cornell engineering students are creating a state-of-the-art computer model to strategically place trees on highways near residential areas to mitigate pollution particles and improve human health.
Twenty-two projects have received fall 2017 Engaged Opportunity Grants for projects and programs that advance community engagement at Cornell.
Climate science, theater and civic engagement come together in a new Performing and Media Arts course that culminates in student-created multimedia performances Dec 1-4.
Three Cornell students brought home honors from a global product development competition in China for their original vegan jerky snack.
Graduate student Kirsten Kurtz is on a mission to save soil and turn our attention to its natural beauty by using it as paint.