Ideas that sprang from a pre-pandemic panel discussion at Cornell now inform a United Nations initiative aimed to meet looming global food needs in a healthy, equitable and sustainable way.
Changing the wording about expiration dates on perishable food items – which is currently unregulated and widely variable – could help reduce food waste, according to a new Cornell-led study.
Efficient pricing will be crucial to minimize energy costs for private operators who provide on-the-highway wireless charging for electric cars – and for consumers who will use this service.
For 10 weeks over the summer, the 13 students in the 2022 cohort of the Kessler Fellows program spread across the globe to gain firsthand experience working for startups.
A record 28 teams were selected in a competitive process to participate in Cornell’s student startup accelerator, as part of the class of 2022-23.
Library celebrates Open Access Week with talks, panels
According to research by a Cornell SC Johnson College of Business professor and colleagues, it’s highly likely that a survey participant’s identity and other sensitive information can be traced back to the individual.
Two Cornell graduates, CEOs of Praxis clients REEgen and Soctera, benefit from the vibrant innovation ecosystem at Cornell and Activate’s immersive fellowship program for science entrepreneurs.
Noah DeGarmo '00 majored in economics on the pre-med track and spent much of his time at Cornell making music.