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From Cornell: "Cornell team to create tool that detects molecules in cosmos"

Cornell University

Sept. 22, 2016
Blaine Friedlander

Gordon Stacey, left, Nicholas Cothard, Thomas Nikola and George Gull speak with Steve Parshley on the video screen during an instrument team teleconference. 679 more words

Basic Research

Cornell Ag Quad Rehabilitation Construction Update, 9/2016

Kinda outside the normal coverage, but an important project nevertheless. Cornell is currently undertaking a major rehabilitation of the CALS Quadrangle, better known as the “Ag Quad”. 551 more words


Tips for Fall Garden Clean Up

T.S. Eliot got it wrong. April isn’t the cruelest month; it’s September. It’s the time of year when your garden goes from lush, green, verdant… 1,230 more words

Organic Gardening

From Cornell: "Life 'not as we know it' possible on Saturn's moon Titan"

Cornell University

September 24, 2016
Feb. 27, 2015
Anne Ju

Graduate student James Stevenson, astronomer Jonathan Lunine and chemical engineer Paulette Clancy, with a Cassini image of Titan in the foreground of Saturn, and an azotosome, the theorized cell membrane on Titan. 876 more words

Basic Research

From Cornell: "Voyages—Sprites, Space Lego, Creativity"

Cornell University

Jackie Swift

Imagine a spacecraft small enough to fit in your hand. Now imagine that it costs $30 in materials and can be built from off-the-shelf parts available at your local technology store. 1,391 more words

Basic Research

From Cornell: "Capitalizing on the Magnetic Moment"

Cornell University

Jackie Swift

Over the past few decades, the upgrading of electronics has become so common that consumers expect this year’s technology to have significant increases in speed and capacity than the previous year. 1,423 more words

Applied Research & Technology

Cornell at Dusk

Cornell at Dusk – Willard Straight Hall, a photo by Alexander Gladshtein on Flickr.

It’s been a little while, but working on an Ithaca summer gallery, just as Fall is setting in. 15 more words