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From fish DNA to Mars: STEM programs inspire kids across NYS

Cornell helps students in kindergarten through 12th grade explore science, technology, engineering and math through a variety of innovative programs.

Q&A: What we need to know about blockchain

Emin Gün Sirer, an associate professor of computer science, says the widespread adoption of blockchains and smart contracts is going to be an “extinction-level event” for many companies.

In historic shift, women comprise half of engineering undergrads

The College of Engineering now enrolls equal numbers of undergraduate women and men, a historic shift after decades of underrepresentation in the field.

With real-time decisions, Citi Bike breaks the cycle of empty stations

Cornell research has improved bike sharing in New York City, where a crowdsourcing system that makes real-time decisions helps make sure bikes are available when people need them.

Cornell’s Tech/Law Colloquium kicks off next week

Cornell’s Tech/Law Colloquium returns this fall semester with a slate of 12 free public talks from leading scholars in the areas of digital technology, ethics, law and policy.

How technology turns consumers into spies

A new paper explores how digital cameras and other surveillance tools compel people to spend time and energy monitoring others.

Artificial intelligence may put private data at risk

Machine learning models, which use data to help computers learn for themselves, are vulnerable to privacy leaks and malicious attacks, Cornell Tech researchers have found.

A kernel of promise in popcorn-powered robots

New research from Cornell's Collective Embodied Intelligence Lab examines how popcorn’s unique qualities can power inexpensive robotic devices that grip, expand or change rigidity.

High schoolers learn to create intelligent robots

High school students explored the field of digital intelligence through the CATALYST Academy, a weeklong workshop aimed at inspiring minority students to pursue careers in engineering.