Hundreds of Cornellians stopped Fifth Avenue traffic in New York City Nov. 15 for the 21st Seymour “Sy” Katz '31 parade.
A gift from AOL to Cornell Tech will fund the creation of the Connected Experiences Laboratory, or ConnX, aimed at exploring new technologies at the forefront of the digital age.
Entrepreneurs from throughout the country joined with Cornell alumni, students, faculty and staff Nov. 7 in New York City for a daylong conference, “Beyond the Horizon,” hosted by Entrepreneurship at Cornell.
A first clinical trial of ultrasmall, multifunctional particles called "C dots" (Cornell dots) has deemed them safe for humans and cleared easily by the body.
Big Red alumni gathered at “Furrows to Boroughs: A Taste of New York State in New York City” Oct. 22 to sample upstate foods in the Big Apple.
A new system will enable Cornell researchers to transfer large data files smoothly between the Ithaca and New York City campuses.
More than 200 Cornellians gathered at the College of Human Ecology’s sesquicentennial dinner Oct. 9 in New York City.
Planning students converged last month on one of New York City's underappreciated historic landmarks: Flushing Meadows Corona Park in Queens, the site of the 1964 New York World's Fair.
Cornell graduate students and local teens affiliated with the outreach program Xraise Cornell showcased their JunkGenie projects and the Ithaca Physics Bus at the World Maker Faire in New York City.