National Labor Relations Board Chairman Mark Pearce '75 spoke on Change and Challenges: The NLRB after 81 Years at Cornell Law School Oct. 24.
In recognition of a $50 million gift aimed at enriching the diversity of undergraduate engineering, the Robert Frederick Smith School of Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering was formally dedicated Oct. 21.
Cornell is leading a national alliance aimed at improving the safety of fresh produce and helping fruit and vegetable growers meet new regulatory requirements of the Food Safety Modernization Act.
Ross Tate, an expert on programming languages, will work on a team to fix a security problem in the widely used Java language.
Engineering professors Paul Steen and Michel Louge have both received funding from the National Science Foundation and NASA's CASIS program to send experiments to the International Space Station.
To advance a powerful cancer treatment strategy that uses immune cells to fight the disease, Ellen and Gary Davis '76 have made a $2 million gift to Weill Cornell Medicine to drive ongoing research in immunotherapy.
Jon Lindsay, assistant professor of digital media and global affairs at the University of Toronto, will discuss the threat of cyberwarfare in an Oct. 26 lecture hosted by the Mario Einaudi Center for International Studies.
Put healthful eating in the palm of your hand: VitaMe Technologies – the Cornell start-up group that makes NutriPhone for personal nutrition testing – has joined the university's McGovern Center incubator.
Two Cornell researchers and two alumni were among 48 scientists nationwide who received $1.5 million awards from the National Institutes of Health.
Three graduate students have received Fulbright-Hays Doctoral Dissertation Research Abroad fellowships from the U.S. Department of Education to support their international research.