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Admissions underway for first class on new Cornell Tech campus

In August 2017, Cornell Tech's inaugural Roosevelt Island class will move into a campus built for innovation and creative collisions. Cornell Tech is accepting applications in seven master’s programs.

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When animals share, conservation is affordable

Researchers at Cornell, Georgia Tech and the U.S. Forest Service have found that when an animal preserve corridor includes areas that are hospitable to two species, the cost is far less than it would be to create separate corridors for each one.

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Computer scientist Ross Tate working to tame Java 'wildcards'

Ross Tate, an expert on programming languages, will work on a team to fix a security problem in the widely used Java language.

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Einaudi lecturer will link cybersecurity and national security

Jon Lindsay, assistant professor of digital media and global affairs at the University of Toronto, will discuss the threat of cyberwarfare in an Oct. 26 lecture hosted by the Mario Einaudi Center for International Studies.

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Cornell Tech grads' Uru seeks wide-open (video) spaces

Two Cornell Tech master's graduates have won a World Congress on Information Technology award for their computer-vision invention, Uru, which projects advertising onto blank surfaces in a video.

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China honors computer scientist John Hopcroft

Professor John Hopcroft received China's Friendship Award for helping to upgrade their higher education system.

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Ph.D. student lands Microsoft research fellowship for women

Alane Suhr, a first-year doctoral student in the field of computer science, has received one of 10 Microsoft Research Women’s Fellowships awarded this year.

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Engineers create room-temperature multiferroic material

Engineers devise, atom-by-atom, a room-temperature magnetoelectric multiferroic out of lutetium iron oxide, a discovery that could lead to advances in computer memory technology.

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'Likes' less likely to affect self-esteem of people with purpose

One group seems immune to the rush of self-esteem that comes with an online thumbs-up: people with a sense of purpose, which limits how reactive people are to positive feedback on social media.