A medical scanning device, a microchip to detect cavities and a digital billboard system won three teams of student inventors Electrical and Computer Engineering Innovation awards Dec. 18.
A federal grant will enable the ILR School's Kheel Center for Labor Management Documentation and Archives to digitize a century of collective bargaining contracts.
Cornell Cooperative Extension's Healthy Gardens, Healthy Youth project is growing results in gardens across New York state.
Senate filibuster rules "get in the way of policy change that could reduce inequality of all kinds, including income inequality," says Cornell's Peter K. Enns. "Significant changes in policy won’t come without institutional reform.”
A Dec. 19 panel discussion in New York City outlined the vision for Cornell Tech’s permanent home, slated for groundbreaking in early 2014.
Two years to the day after Cornell won Mayor Michael Bloomberg’s Applied Sciences NYC competition, President David Skorton signed the lease for the city land on which Cornell NYC Tech will be built.
Physics graduate student Robin Bjorkquist writes about recruiting girls into STEM fields via involvement in a FIRST LEGO League robotics team.
Colleagues held a celebration and symposium to mark Per Pinstrup-Andersen’s retirement Dec. 13-14 following 40 years of combating world poverty and malnutrition.
Cornell NYC Tech hosted an "open studio" Dec. 13 to showcase projects from its first graduating class and from new students in the program.
A new exhibit, “Chinese Traditional Dress and Its Influence,” provides an overview of Chinese dress of the Qing period and the influence of Eastern style on Western fashions in the early 20th century.