Rev: Ithaca Startup Works unveils new "Protofacturing" program

The Protofacturing Hardware Accelerator supports physical product startups that have developed a proof-of-concept prototype and are preparing for initial manufacturing runs. Participants will refine their initial prototypes to create engineering prototypes while continuing to engage in customer discovery and securing funding for upfront manufacturing costs.

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Ag solution can boost Senegal’s economy while battling parasite

Cornell and global researchers are finding ways to control disease-carrying aquatic plants in Senegal by turning the flora into inexpensive compost or livestock feed – and helping the economy.

Cornell Keynotes podcast: Mid-year trends in generative AI tech

Karan Girotra, a professor at the Cornell SC Johnson College of Business and Cornell Tech, shares a mid-year AI trends update on the Cornell Keynotes podcast.

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Jamey Edwards is on a mission to fix healthcare

The newest episode of the Startup Cornell podcast features Jamey Edwards '96 MBA '03, president & chief strategy officer at Koko Home, a company providing radar driven, AI-enabled solutions for healthcare and an Entrepreneur in Residence of StartUp Health, which was founded in 2011 to invest in global health entrepreneurs.

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Navigating DEI in a post-affirmative action landscape

Cornell Nolan School professor David Sherwyn engages Paul Wagner, chief financial officer of Stokes Wagner, and Holly Lawson, Noble Hotels and Resorts’ senior vice president of human resources, in a discussion corporate DEI programs.

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Naturalization ceremony at Cornell welcomes 38 new citizens

Hailing from Azerbaijan to Uruguay, the new United States citizens from 23 different countries attended the first Tompkins County Naturalization Ceremony since the pandemic. 

Beekeeping, hydropower: Cornell Atkinson awards nearly $1M in grants

Cornell Atkinson’s annual Academic Venture Fund will provide nearly $1 million in seed funding to support research teams across five colleges and 11 departments, many with key external partnerships.

Cornell Keynotes podcast: Combining right brain and left brain thinking

Richard Cahoon, a professor at the Cornell College of Agriculture and Life Sciences, joins the Cornell Keynotes podcast to explain how we can combine the creative and analytical parts of our minds to give our ideas life and longevity.

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Pinkonomics Podcast covers women in the economy

The Pinkonomics Podcast explores “the economics of womanhood, with perspectives from philosophy, economics, sociology, and law.”

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