The new Blockchain for Business certificate program helps learners explore blockchain’s cryptographic roots, demystify the technology and use blockchain to solve business problems.
Members of the Society for Natural Resources Conservation and other groups tidied campus at Green Up Cornell on Oct. 13.
"Love Transformed,” a new episode of the “What Makes Us Human” podcast series, explores the complex relationship between love, early Christianity and contemporary wedding practice.
Podcast series "What Do We Know About Love?" will showcase the newest thinking about the relationship between humans and love.
The Roper Center for Public Opinion Research will offer a searchable portal on the public’s views about health dating to 1935.
Computing and Information Science faculty will educate employees of Infosys in blockchain, machine learning and human-computer interaction.
Laurel Symes, the Cornell Lab of Ornithology Edward W. Rose Postdoctoral Fellow, studies the sounds of forest creatures.
Godfrey L. Simmons Jr., senior lecturer in the Department of Performing and Media Arts, opens off Broadway Oct. 8 in a new play.
The 2018 Fall Southeast Asia Program (SEAP) Bulletin is lush with stories that cross national borders and disciplines.