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Initial Cornell Tech vision has been realized, Huttenlocher says

Days before the Cornell Tech campus dedication Sept. 13 on Roosevelt Island, Founding Dean and Vice Provost Dan Huttenlocher talks about his vision for the campus and how Cornell Tech fits into an ever-changing and increasingly digital world, now and in the future.

Freshman’s company uses big data to improve cancer diagnoses

Freshman Abu Qader is running a company, GliaLab, which is developing software that can improve the accuracy of breast cancer diagnoses, especially in developing countries.

Cornell projects to cultivate digital agriculture landscape

A slate of six projects totaling more than $1 million has been announced to generate innovative research in the combined fields of agriculture, computation and engineering.

Lecture series to explore how law, new technologies interact

Emerging technologies and the legal and policy challenges surrounding them are the focal points of a new lecture series beginning this fall.

Mark Zuckerberg gives CIS research paper a shoutout

Not only did a Cornell CIS research paper receive the best paper award at the Conference on Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition (CVPR 2017), it also got a shoutout on Facebook from the site’s founder, Mark Zuckerberg, July 25.

Fulbright recipients head off to global destinations

Fourteen Cornell students and recent alumni are setting out this fall for destinations around the world, thanks to grants from the Fulbright U.S. Student Program.

Cornell Tech fortifies computer science ed in Ithaca area

Cornell Tech hosted a workshop Aug. 8-9 in Gates Hall, helping eight local school districts and a cooperative educational service agency create plans to integrate computer science education throughout the entire school day.

Computer 'anthropologists' study global fashion

Cornell computer science researchers are figuring out ways to analyze billions of photographs uploaded to photo-sharing services through deep-learning methods.

Alumnus returns to Cornell as Tisch University Professor

Lorenzo Alvisi, M.S. '94, Ph.D. '96, and Cornell's newest Tisch University Professor, has found that all doors eventually lead back to Cornell.