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The next generation of Earth- and space-based telescopes will be able to hunt distant solar systems for evidence of life on Earth-like exoplanets, thanks to a new spectral field guide.

New York City’s L train has resumed full service following an extensive rehabilitation project that finished six months early and $100 million under budget, thanks in part to Cornell engineers.

Cornell mathematicians are using game theory to model how the competition between cancer cells can be leveraged, so cancer treatment – which takes a toll on the patient’s body – might be administered more sparingly, with maximized effect.

The coronavirus pandemic has forced Cornell instructors to rethink how they teach lab classes, as remote learning has created special challenges for courses considered more hands-on, collaborative and experiential.

A new Cornell model allows scientists to discern different temperatures on an exoplanet and to better determine a planet’s molecular chemistry.

Lisa Kaltenegger, associate professor in the astronomy department and director of the Carl Sagan Institute, will give the Fred Kavli Plenary Lecture at the American Astronomical Society virtual meeting.

Cornell researchers created low-cost, mass-produced nanoscale sensors that harness light for power and communication.

To address the plastic environmental crisis, Cornell chemists have developed a new polymer for a marine setting that is poised to degrade by ultraviolet radiation.

The Expanding Your Horizons youth science conference will be held virtually on April 18 with a full day of talks, panels, workshops, and demos broadcast live via Zoom.