Cell mechanics, cancer and muscle disease
How do cancer cells' mechanical processes—how they move and squeeze through tight spaces—determine their lethality or how they metastasize?
From the laboratory bench to the hospital bedside and from cultural evolution to concepts in sustainability, our researchers and scholars are translating discovery into meaningful, measurable impact that is changing the world for the better.
Research Around the University
Book introduces uncertainty into understanding power
Inaugural Presidential Postdoctoral Fellows selected
Chemistry professor wins Sloan fellowships
Institute nurtures promising social scientists with ‘dream’ semester
Chemist Coates wins prize for best Science paper
New book examines Plato's view of human motivation
Cornell hosts Switch Ensemble residency
Chemist Geoffrey Coates awarded AAAS Newcomb Cleveland Prize
PMA professor directs international theatre production at The Cherry
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Cornell Global Research Stories
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