The Cornell High Energy Synchrotron Source will create a new materials research subfacility, thanks to $7.1 million in funding from the Air Force Research Lab, to facilitate X-ray analysis of new and existing materials.
Sixty years after joining Cornell’s faculty, Anil Nerode, the Goldwin Smith Professor of Mathematics in the College of Arts and Sciences, is believed to be the longest-serving professor in Cornell history.
Emmanuel Giannelis, Cornell’s vice provost for research and vice president for technology transfer, intellectual property and research policy, discusses how the university is integrating research across its campuses and building an entrepreneurial ecosystem.
The U.S. Department of Energy has awarded an interdisciplinary team of Cornell researchers $2 million to study the combination of inorganic semiconductor nanoparticles and bacterial cells for more efficient bioenergy conversion.
A new Cornell study presents a technique to identify viruses and bacteria in the human body and quantify injuries to organs by using dead fragments of DNA, called cell-free DNA, that roam throughout the bloodstream and urine.