Advancing Basic Science for Humanity
The Kavli Foundation
Researchers devised a way to listen to a nanoscale guitar for the first time – and then played the Cornell alma mater on it.
An international group of scientists co-led by a Cornell professor reports that solutions for sequestering carbon might literally be right under our feet.
In rat models, the novel scaffolding mimicked natural anatomy and boosted stem cell-based treatment; the approach is scalable to humans and advances effort toward clinical trials.
Johns Hopkins study sheds light on brain basis of risk-taking behavior
Halo of highly energized electrons around the black hole contracts dramatically during feeding frenzy.
Pulse pattern suggests distant black hole must be spinning at least at 50 percent the speed of light.
Measurements indicate a dense, gaseous, “sub-Neptune” world, three times the size of Earth.
The new discoveries show that TESS is delivering on its goal of discovering planets around nearby bright stars.
Adhesives for biomedical applications can be detached with light.
Researchers develop ‘soft’ valves to make entirely soft robots .