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Energy harvester rolls to market production

MicroGen's nanotechnology based energy harvester – researched and developed by the company at the Cornell NanoScale Science and Technology Facility – begins commercial scale production this summer.

Lecturer says labor law divide is sign of broader conflict

Former National Labor Relations Board chair Wilma Liebman talked about the troubled state of U.S. labor law in her Milton Konvitz Memorial Lecture April 29.

Real estate award honoree to speak April 30

Gerald Hines, the Cornell Real Estate Industry Leadership Award recipient for 2013, will speak on campus April 30 in the Baker Program in Real Estate's Distinguished Speaker Series.

Student teams go global to help businesses

Each of eight student teams went to a different country as part of the Student Multidisciplinary Applied Research Teams (SMART) program, to help businesses around the world.

On Earth Day, lecturer urges 'rethink, restore, reconnect'

Conservationist Peter Kareiva, Ph.D. ’81, delivered the Jill and Ken Iscol Distinguished Environmental Lecture April 22.

Data driver Cognical wins venture challenge

The BR Venture Fund, Cornell’s seed-stage venture capital fund run by Johnson MBA students, invites entrepreneurs to compete in the Cornell Venture Challenge. This year's winner was Cognical.

Student entrepreneurs showcase their companies

Students presented their companies at Entrepreneurship@Cornell’s first annual eLab Demo Day April 18.

Food for seniors, vaccine delivery are the Big Ideas

Ideas to provide seniors with better food and deliver vaccines via peanuts won top prizes in the annual Big Idea competition April 19.

Entrepreneurship is future of global economy, Porges says

Entrepreneurship@Cornell banquet keynote speaker Shelly Porges '74, MPS '77, senior adviser at the Global Entrepreneurship Program, discussed the importance of entrepreneurship for global development.