Cornell engineers are helping humans and robots work together to find the best way to do a job, an approach called “coactive learning.”
A memorial symposium to celebrate Nobel laureate Ken Wilson’s scientific achievements will be held Saturday, Nov. 16, in Schwartz Auditorium, Rockefeller Hall, beginning at 9 a.m.
Robert Costa, the National Review’s Washington editor and CNBC political analyst, explained his unconventional reporting methods in a talk Nov. 4.
Fabiola Gianotti, a CERN physicist involved in the discover of the Higgs boson particle, will deliver the Hans Bethe Lecture Nov. 13 on campus.
Wendy Strobel Gower, director of the Northeast Americans with Disabilities Act Center at the ILR School's Employment and Disability Institute, says some polling places are inaccessible.
Parents of freshmen advised students across campus at the inaugural First-Year Family Weekend Career Networking Fair on campus Nov. 1.
Kilowatts found: To enhance efficiency in electric energy transfers from high-voltage grids to your home’s toaster and television, the U.S. Department of Energy awarded a $3.2 million grant to CNF-user Monolith Semiconductor, an Ithaca-based startup company.
Kirstin Torgerson ’15 has secured funds that will be used to construct a 20-25 cow dairy at an all-girls school in Kenya.
Last month, Cornell hosted 13 Swedish researchers for the Stockholm-Cornell Symposium on Insect Biology, reciprocating a similar meeting held in Stockholm in 2011.
A study of an early retirement incentive given to teachers in Illinois in the 1990s shows that although early retirement incentives lead to the replacement of experienced educators with novice teachers, they do not result in reduced student test scores.