Paula Cohen, professor of genetics, is pioneering an innovative alternative to the birth control pill: a form of male contraception that targets a mechanism in the early stage of sperm cell production.
Eight graduate students from Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs) arrived at Cornell in August as the inaugural cohort of Thomas Wyatt Turner Fellows, as participants in a one-year program designed to support next-generation leaders in inclusive and sustainable agricultural development.
The Houston home designed by Leslie Lok and Sasa Zivkovik of College of Architecture, Art and Planning will be the first multistory printed structure in the U.S., featuring a hybrid approach that could be scaled up to multifamily housing developments.
The Cornell Council for the Arts launches a celebration of its fifth Cornell Biennial – the largest and most international yet – with exhibition tours, performances and a full day of artist panels, Sept. 15-17.
Chenhui Deng and Andrew Butt, Ph.D. students from the School of Electrical and Computer Engineering, have been awarded a 2022 Qualcomm Innovation Fellowship for their proposal “Power Inference with Self-Supervised Learning.”
As part of a pilot collaboration between AAP and Cornell Tech, colleagues came together across disciplines to explore innovative ways of teaching and designing. Now, they are poised to take their ideas even further.