Chemists use electricity to amp up drug manufacturing

Give your medicine a jolt. By using a technique that combines electricity and chemistry, future pharmaceuticals soon may be easily scaled up to be manufactured in a more sustainable way.

Drone tech offers new ways to manage climate change

Cornell researchers are using drone technology to more accurately measure surface reflectivity on the landscape, a technological advance that could offer a new way to manage climate change.

Parasites, snails may factor in Adirondack moose decline

The apparent declining moose population in New York ’s Adirondack Mountains may be caused partly by tiny parasite-transmitting snails eaten by moose as they forage vegetation.

Invasive gobies may change Oneida Lake’s complexion - again

Oneida Lake, a kissing cousin to New York's Finger Lakes, may soon get an environmental makeover due to another in a series of invasive species bringing havoc to the water body’s ecosystem.

AguaClara begins construction of water plant in Nicaragua

AguaClara, an Engineering Project Team that has built 14 gravity-powered surface water treatment facilities in Honduras over the last 12 years, has begun construction of its first plant in Nicaragua.

Cornell trains gender-responsive researchers in Africa

Cornell's "Gender Responsive Cereal Grains Breeding" is being held at Makerere University in Kampala, Uganda, Aug. 7-16.

Citizen-scientists track N.Y. bears with iSeeMammals app

Black bear populations are on the rise in New York, and Cornell researchers combine digital technology with on-the-ground conservation efforts to manage the growing numbers.

Climate Smart Farming adds online Northeast drought tool

Cornell’s Climate Smart Farming program has added a fifth online tool – the New York State/Northeast Drought Atlas – to help regional farmers cope with an era of global warming.

Habitat loss, climate threaten eastern forest birds

Within the next few decades, human-caused habitat loss looms as the greatest threat to some North American breeding birds.