Sixteen faculty and professional staff members in state contract colleges at Cornell are receiving the 2019-20 State University of New York Chancellor’s Awards for Excellence.
A research team led by Jeongmin Song from the College of Veterinary Medicine was able to vaccinate mice effectively against tyhpoid by exposing them to a closely related bacteria.
Bacteria are growing increasingly antibiotic-resistant, but new research reveals how certain enzymes could be exploited to develop new classes of drugs to fight bacterial infections.
Robots fitted with ultraviolet light lamps that roam vineyards at night are proving effective at killing powdery mildew, a devastating pathogen for many crops, including grapes.
Five Cornell students have been awarded $5,000 fellowships from the State University of New York to assist with SUNY graduate school expenses.
The Cornell College of Veterinary Medicine is asking for human volunteers for a study into undiagnosed exposures to SARS-CoV-2, the virus that causes COVID-19, in the local community.
A new study examines the symbiotic relationship between two types of bacteria and spittlebugs that helps the insect live on very low-nutrient food.
Ecologist and conservation biologist Amanda Rodewald studies birds and the ecosystems on which they depend, looking for the best outcomes for people and the planet. This approach turned her attention to coffee farms.