Four Cornell researchers have received grants from the U.S. Department of Energy as part of a $218 million federal push to advance quantum information science.
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The owners of long-haired dogs have an unsavory problem that is not widely discussed, because, frankly, it’s kind of gross: Small clumps of feces get stuck in their dogs’ fur after the dogs defecate....
System could reduce energy usage by up to 30% using people-counting technology.
With a a three-year, $450,000 Young Investigator Award from the Air Force Office of Scientific Research, Francesco Monticone will develop and study exotic materials.
Dream Big Way back around 1974 a talented high school football player in Durango, Colorado had a coach who convinced him to leave town and dream big. So instead of staying in the Four Corners region and attending college there, Matt Miller moved 350 miles away (if you take US-285) to Boulder, Colorado. At Boulder, Miller earned a B.A. in geology and was an All-America offensive tackle drafted in the fourth round by the Cleveland Browns. He went on to a six-year profession football career. When his football career ended, Miller started a second career as an academic. He earned a B.S. in...
An advanced portable keyboard for CAD users and an aquaponic greenhouse designed to help orphanages in Latin America are among the winners of the Cornell Engineering Innovation Award Competition, announced Sept. 4. The award ceremony was held in Duffield Hall during a project showcase and celebration of David Duffield '62, MBA '64, as recipient of Cornell Engineering’s first Distinguished Alumni Award. The competition was open to teams of students from across the university; each team had to consist of a majority of undergraduate engineers. Ten Cornell faculty and staff members served as...
In response to the call to action for feeding an ever-growing global population, the Cornell Initiative for Digital Agriculture is taking a multidisciplinary approach to the complex challenge.
Ultrasmall Cornell dots armed with antibodies are another weapon in the fight against cancer, says Uli Wiesner, professor of materials science and engineering.
FastTrack Startup License, a program run by the Center for Technology Licensing at Cornell, is expected to smooth the path to commercialization for entrepreneurs in engineering and physical sciences.
Seismologist Lucile M. Jones will address global trends in risk reduction for natural disasters Oct. 11.