Nanosensors measure fat in live cells

Nano-sized sensors developed by Weill Cornell Medicine and Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center researchers can measure lipids, or fat molecules, in special compartments within live cells.

Cornell Tech will help make computers ‘accountable’

Cornell Tech researchers will lead a nationwide team of computer scientists in a project to make automated decision-making systems “accountable,” ensuring that they respect privacy and make decisions fairly.

By design: Art and architecture signal Cornell Tech mission

With architectural design and aesthetics reflecting its mission of collaboration and innovation, Cornell Tech is dedicating a new type of urban campus in the heart of New York City.

Cornell Tech fosters community connection and collaboration

Cornell Tech has fostered community connections through partnerships with Roosevelt Island residents, the City University of New York, and local schools in New York City and Ithaca in advance of the dedication of the Roosevelt Island campus Sept. 13.

Neafseys fund Cornell Tech's top academic post

John P. Neafsey ’61, M.Eng. ’62, MBA ’63, and his wife, Rilla, have endowed the top academic leadership position at Cornell Tech, currently held by Dean and Vice Provost Daniel P. Huttenlocher.

We Are Weill Cornell Medicine: Dr. Carl Crawford

The Essentials blog covers Cornell life on the Ithaca and New York City campuses, past and present, with a light touch.

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Ithaca campus set to celebrate Cornell Tech dedication

Cornellians on the Ithaca campus can watch the Sept. 13 dedication of Cornell Tech on Roosevelt Island live via CornellCast on jumbo screens placed in the Physical Sciences Building.

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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.

Weill Cornell Medicine awarded $11.3M grant for prostate cancer research

Weill Cornell Medicine has been awarded a five-year, $11.3M Specialized Programs of Research Excellence grant from the National Cancer Institute.