An international team of researchers has uncovered the genetic underpinnings that allowed for 3D growth in land plants.
Cornell scientists have created microscopic beads that efficiently recover heparin, an ingredient used as a pharmaceutical blood thinner, from agricultural animals.
Bob Portmess, MPS ’08, who died in 2016 at age 60, earned a posthumous Excellence in IPM Award from New York State Integrated Pest Management Aug. 10.
Cornell historian George Hutchinson will deliver the 2018 William and Jane Torrence Harder Lecture Wednesday, Aug. 29, at 5:30 p.m. in Call Auditorium.
President Martha E. Pollack toured Cornell AgriTech in Geneva, New York, Aug. 13.
According to new research from Cornell, smaller dogs angle their legs higher when they urinate, possibly to exaggerate their body size. Or perhaps not.
Joseph Sieczka, professor emeritus of horticulture, an expert on potatoes, died July 29 at his home in Mattituck, New York. He was 79.
The NSF has awarded a $1.1 million grant to the Cornell-affiliated Boyce Thompson Institute to unlock the scientific complexities between nitrogen-fixing soil bacteria and its alliance with plants.
Farmers are rapidly adopting Bt eggplant brinjal in Bangladesh, resulting in reduced pesticide use and higher incomes, according to a new paper.