New Cornell research suggests an economically viable model to scrub carbon dioxide from the atmosphere to thwart runaway, point-of-no-return global warming.
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Engineering professors Paul Steen and Michel Louge have both received funding from the National Science Foundation and NASA's CASIS program to send experiments to the International Space Station.
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With the goal of advancing a powerful cancer treatment strategy that uses immune cells to fight the disease, benefactors Ellen and Gary Davis have generously made a $2 million gift to Weill Cornell Medicine to drive ongoing research in...
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Cornell Tech graduates launched a software startup called that uses computer-vision technology to automatically find blank surfaces inside video – a desk, a wall, even a plain T-shirt – that can host advertisements that are unobtrusive and...
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Think of the word "genius," and a few images undoubtedly come to mind – perhaps a picture of Albert Einstein, of a scientist in a lab shouting “Eureka!” or of present-day theoretical physicist Stephen Hawking.
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Many doctors and public health experts assume that people smoke cigarettes simply because they’re addicted to the nicotine.
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While jumping spiders are known to have great vision, a new Cornell University study proves for the first time that spiders can hear at a distance. A study published online Oct. 13 in the journal Current Biology describes how researchers used metal...
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Researchers behind a new online game are inviting members of the public to look under a virtual microscope and contribute directly to Alzheimer’s disease research at Cornell University.
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The Cornell Witchcraft Collection contains documents that are hundreds of years old, including witch-hunting manuals and pamphlets and minutes from 16th, 17th and 18th century European witch trials.
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