$2.5M in A&S New Frontier Grants supports bold projects

A $2.5 million grant will fund 13 research projects across the sciences, social sciences and humanities for novel investigations ranging from quantum computing to foreign policy development and from heritage forensics to effects of climate change.

Students use the Internet of Things to connect, inspire

From monitoring blood pressure to potholes: Professor Max Zhang's Internet of Things (IoT) course teaches students how to leverage IoT sensor technology to solve real-world problems and help the community. 

Four honored for excellence in undergraduate advising

Three Cornell faculty members and a senior lecturer have been recognized with Kendall S. Carpenter Memorial Advising Awards for their sustained and distinguished contributions.

Qubit control: Cornell engineers push to make quantum practical

Researchers in the School of Electrical and Computer Engineering are incorporating elements of physics, circuit design, photonics, systems architecture, information theory and other fields to make quantum devices both practical and scalable.

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Cornell, Google first to detect key to quantum computing future

Eun-Ah Kim, professor of physics, and Google researchers report the first demonstration of two-dimensional particles, called non-Abelian anyons, that are the key ingredient for realizing topological quantum computing, a promising method of introducing fault resistance to quantum computing.

Discovery reveals a reversible magnetic field around a fast radio burst for the first time

An international team of researchers has revealed new evidence on the nature of mysterious fast radio burst.

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Upstate 2.0 wins $1M NSF award to transform economy

A $1M award will support Upstate 2.0, which aims to grow the regional economy in upstate New York while helping to realize the state and nation’s goal of a net-zero carbon economy.

Picking up good vibrations – of proteins – at CHESS

A new method for analyzing protein crystals – developed by Cornell researchers and given a funky two-part name – could open up applications for new drug discovery and other areas of biotechnology and biochemistry.

Two from Cornell named HHMI Freeman Hrabowski Scholars

Two Cornell faculty members have been named Freeman Hrabowski Scholars by the Howard Hughes Medical Institute, in recognition of their potential to become leaders in their research fields and to create diverse and inclusive lab environments.