Cornell University -- Research, Greenhouse gases -- Research, Carbon -- Research, Methane -- Research, and Natural gas -- Research
Munich, Germany (SPX) Aug 19, 2019, 2019 As methane concentrations increase in the Earth's atmosphere, chemical fingerprints point to a probable source: shale oil and gas, according to new Cornell [...]
Robot, Cornell University -- Research, Robots -- Research, Nanolithography -- Usage, Hypodermic needles -- Research, Hypodermic syringes -- Research, Syringes -- Research, and Microscope and microscopy -- Research
Washington DC (SPX) Mar 11, 2019, 2019 Researchers have harnessed the latest nanofabrication techniques to create bug-shaped robots that are wirelessly powered, able to walk, able to survive harsh environments [...]
Human Ecology. August, 2005, Vol. 33 Issue 2, p12, 4 p.
Cornell University -- Officials and employees, Cornell University -- Research, Pharmaceutical industry -- Advertising, Magazine advertising -- History, Magazine advertising -- Health aspects, Financial management -- Study and teaching, and Tobacco industry -- Advertising
In one of the most comprehensive studies of its kind, researchers and students in the Department of Policy Analysis and Management are chronicling 20 years' of tobacco and pharmaceutical advertising [...]
Human Ecology. August, 2003, Vol. 31 Issue 1, p11, 6 p.
Technology application, Image scanning software, Textile and clothing industry software, Cornell University -- Research, Scanning software -- Usage, Human ecology -- Research, Clothing industry -- Technology application, and Clothing industry -- Innovations
The lead patternmakers for manufacturing services with Liz Claiborne's Casual Division are impressed by the technology. They have spent their careers designing patterns for mass-produced clothing, but they had only [...]
Electronic reference, Technology application, United States. Library of Congress -- Powers and duties, Cornell University -- Research, Electronic dictionaries and encyclopedias -- Research, Libraries -- Research, and Libraries -- Technology application
The Hierarchical Interface to Library of Congress Classification (HILCC) is a system developed by the Columbia University Library to leverage call number data from the MARC holdings records in Columbia's [...]