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'Fabric' would tighten the weave of online security

Cornell computer scientists are developing 'Fabric,' a platform and programming language to build secure distributed computer systems. (Sept. 30, 2010)

Computer graphics to help streamline green building design

Supported by federal stimulus funds, an interdisciplinary research group is creating computer simulation software that would allow architects to employ sustainable design principles from day one. (Sept. 29, 2010)

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)

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)

Researchers create sounds of animated things breaking

Cornell computer scientists are developing technology to synthesize the sounds that go with computer-animated images of glass and crockery being smashed. (July 14, 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)