Cornell researchers discovered a strategy to switch the magnetization in thin layers of a ferromagnet – a technique that could eventually lead to the development of more energy-efficient magnetic memory devices.
In her talk, “Forging Lasting Peace: Movements for Justice in a Pluralist” at the 2022 Bartels Lecture, activist Leymah Gbowee wove personal stories with what she sees as the tenets of successful peace-building movements.
Misperceptions of marginalized and disadvantaged communities’ level of concern regarding COVID-19 and other issues could undermine cooperation and trust needed to address collective problems, according to new Cornell-led research.
The Sculpture Shoppe, an exhibition of plaster reproductions of classical Greco-Roman art from the Cornell Cast Collection, opens May 5 at the Ithaca Mall with a live performance of modernized ancient Greek songs.
Imagining superheroes and sharing leftovers, building a library and embarking on a new educational adventure - that's how four Cornell Jeb E. Brooks School of Public Policy students plan to use funds they received through the Contribution Project.
Weill Cornell Medicine researchers have identified a protein in Mycobacterium tuberculosis that contributes to drug tolerance, a phenomenon that allows bacteria to survive treatment with drugs that would normally kill them.