Climate roundtable sparks insight and invites collaboration

Convening of 80 leaders, researchers and staff across six colleges discussed strategies to address climate change mitigation, adaptation and societal transformation, in a Feb. 1 roundtable sponsored by The 2030 Project.

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NYS agricultural assessment cultivates climate crisis solutions

While New York’s farmers face more extreme weather events, they are learning to adapt, says a new statewide climate impacts assessment, led and written by two Cornell researchers.  

Generative AI for Business Transformation certificate empowers leaders to improve productivity

Cornell Tech and the SC Johnson College of Business have partnered to launch Generative AI for Business Transformation, a certificate program to help leaders harness the power of AI.

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As Micron builds, Cornell NanoScale Facility develops a workforce

A two-week program that introduces high school seniors to nanofabrication is one of many efforts at the Cornell NanoScale Facility to prepare a workforce - as the microchip industry settles in upstate New York.

Animal health hackathon set for Feb. 2-4

Teams comprised of veterinary, business, engineering and design students will work on solutions to needs in veterinary health care.

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Entrepreneurs share tips on working with social media influencers

A panel of Cornell alumni and other marketing executives explored the important role social influencers play in business today during a Jan. 18 event.

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Cornell economist: Growth will slow in 2024, but no recession

Inflation has been reined in without creating recessionary conditions, Steven Kyle said at the Dyson Agricultural and Food Business Outlook conference on Jan. 19.

VillageMD CEO named Cornell Entrepreneur of the Year 2024

Tim Barry ’93 co-founded a health care company that offers primary care, multispecialty and urgent care options to 1.6 million patients throughout the U.S.

Report: Warmer planet will trigger increased farm losses

Extreme heat is already harming crop yields, but a new report quantifies just how much that warming is cutting into farmers’ financial security. For every 1 degree Celsius of warming, yields of major crops like corn, soybeans and wheat fall by 16% to 20%, gross farm income falls by 7% and net farm income plummets 66%.