The Tompkins County Chamber of Commerce has named Rosie Applications as the Distinguished Business of the Year Award for its investment in Ithaca and being pioneers of the tech service industry in the county.
The positive economic momentum from 2016 will benefit the U.S. economy in the first half of 2017, but the country will likely feel the effects of policy changes from President Trump and Congress.
In his new book, Composing the World: Harmony in the Medieval Platonic Cosmos, Andrew Hicks argues that sound has always been an integral part of the history of studying the cosmos.
A $280,000 grant form the Rockefeller Foundation will fund a Cornell-led workshop in New York City for business leaders to explore strategies to reduce food waste and loss through new products and services.
Cornell Cooperative Extension sponsored the 2017 Empire State Producers Expo, Jan. 17-19 in Syracuse, which featured featured Cornell scientists, CCE educators and experts from across the country.
A study in PLoS ONE led by Cornell psychology professor Morten H. Christiansen provides new insight into how languages come to be composed of reusable parts.
Cornell will receive $10.5 million in aid from the U.K. to help an international consortium of plant breeders, pathologists and surveillance experts fight diseases hindering global food security.
The Dean's Entrepreneurship Lab provides resources and education opportunities to students and faculty who have ideas with commercial potential that they want to translate from the lab to the patient.
The Sloan Program in Health Administration hosted its first Visit Day in November to reach out to a broad spectrum of potential students.
Forest City Ratner Cos. announced Jan. 23 that Two Sigma Investments, a tech and investment firm, is the first company to be selected to locate at The Bridge at Cornell Tech.