A Cornell-led project that uses genomic technology to create varieties that are more flavorful and sustainable has been renewed with a $6.5M USDA grant.
A Cornell-affiliated dog genetics company, Embark Veterinary, will donate 100 percent of their net profits to help canines affected by tropical storm Harvey from Aug. 30 to Sept. 3.
Eugene L. Madsen, M.S. ’81, Ph.D. ’85, professor of microbiology, died Aug. 9 in Freeville, New York. He was 64.
A new grant to a researcher in the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences aims to discover the ways phosphorus cycles in the environment.
An existing drug may one day protect premenopausal women against life-altering infertility that commonly follows cancer treatments, according to a new study.
The Open-source Breeding Informatics Initiative is helping bring cutting-edge crop breeding tools to breeders in developing countries.
An academic symposium, “Universities and the Search for Truth,” held Aug. 24 in Bailey Hall, was part of the celebrations of Martha E. Pollack’s inauguration as Cornell’s 14th president.
The National Science Foundation just published a video shot at the Cornell Lab of Ornithology about the digitization of the Macaulay Library archive’s holdings.
A Cornell study describes for the first-time evidence of ‘jumping genes’ adopting a bacterial immune mechanism for transferring genetic material between bacteria and across bacterial species.