Cornell's Bruce Lewenstein presents on National Research Council findings
What is Outreach?
Outreach programs solve real-world problems by linking people to Cornell's rich resources. Students, faculty, and staff share their expertise and energy with schools, businesses, government, community organizations, individuals, and families.
In New York State and around the world, see how Cornell programs are making a difference.
The Outreach We Do
Cornell scientists have enlisted kids in a nationwide hunt for ladybugs. Photos sent in will help them understand why some, like New York's nine-spotted ladybug, have become extremely rare while others have flourished.
Curious which veggies will grow best in your garden? Use information from fellow gardeners to help decide what to grow.
Research with a Public Purpose
- Cotton that conducts electricity gives rise to multifunctional clothing
Cornell professor and student design solar-powered dress that can charge a phone