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Cornell to host 2019 Science Olympiad national tourney

Cornell has been selected to host the national 2019 Science Olympiad, which will bring 2,500 high school students from across the U.S. to a unique competition.

Martha E. Pollack, provost at Michigan, named 14th president

Martha E. Pollack, provost and executive vice president for academic affairs at the University of Michigan, was elected Cornell's 14th president. She will assume the presidency April 17, 2017.

Expert to address role of law in cybersecurity Nov. 16

Indiana University law professor Fred Cate will lecture on "Cybersecurity and the Law" Nov. 16 in the third and final lecture in a series on cybersecurity hosted by the Mario Einaudi Center for International Studies.

Teaching robots to solve their own problems

Cornell computer scientists will use a grant from the Air Force to teach robots how to fix problems they encounter by using information they gather.

Introducing new members of the faculty for 2016-17

Introducing new members of Cornell's faculty for 2016-17.

Making 'cryptocurrency' safe and reliable

Cornell computer scientists are helping build a base for safe, reliable cryptocurrency in the wake of online-money system thefts.

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.

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.

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.