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Robots could improve everyday life at home or work

Assistant professor of computer science Ashutosh Saxena leads Cornell's Personal Robotics Lab, which develops software for complex, high-level robotics that could one day aid humans with daily tasks. (Sept. 21, 2010)

CornellConnect directory, network keeps alumni in touch

Part online directory, part social network, CornellConnect is a way for Cornellians to connect with the university and with each other. (Sept. 16, 2010)

Digital signs bring the news to public walls

Digital signs are being deployed across campus to offer event listings, weather, a news ticker and videos of lectures and other features from CornellCast. (Sept. 16, 2010)

Check the Phishbowl before you click!

Your NetID is on restriction! Your e-mail account has been blocked! Your credit card has been misused! Quick! Click here!!! But first, check CIT's Phishbowl to help thwart identity theft. (Sept. 16, 2010)

Cornell shares in $7.5 million grant to create safer Internet

Cornell computer scientists are sharing in a $7.5 million National Science Foundation grant under the agency's Future Internet Architectures program. (Aug. 30, 2010)

Cornell's robot Ranger sets 'walking' record at 14.3 miles

A Cornell robot named Ranger has traveled 14.3 miles in about 11 hours, setting an unofficial world record at Cornell's Barton Hall on the morning of July 6. (July 16, 2010)

Institute on higher ed technology policy set for July 19-22

Cornell will welcome webmasters, computer security officers and university attorneys to the fifteenth annual Cornell University/EDUCAUSE Institute for Computer Policy and Law at the Statler Hotel. (July 12, 2010)

Architect Thom Mayne, Morphosis to design Gates Hall, new home for Computing and Information Science

The Morphosis architectural firm, led by Thom Mayne, has been selected to design William H. Gates Hall, a building for Computing and Information Science that will foster collaborative research and learning. (July 9, 2010)

Students harness vibrations from wind for electricity

The Vibro-Wind Research Group is working on an efficient, low-cost method of converting vibrations from wind energy to electricity. (May 25, 2010)