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Cornell Tech domestic tech abuse clinic goes virtual

Cornell Tech’s Clinic to End Tech Abuse has created a remote program to help survivors of intimate partner abuse use their devices without fear of monitoring or stalking.


Cornell aids distillers in making hand sanitizer

In the battle to keep workers safe during the COVID-19 pandemic, nearly 40 craft distilleries in New York state have turned to making hand sanitizer with guidance from Cornell AgriTech.

Runway postdocs innovate startups targeting COVID-19

Participants in the Jacobs Technion-Cornell Institute at Cornell Tech’s Runway Startup Postdoc Program presented projects aimed at coping with coronavirus at a virtual demonstration April 1.

Online program offers skills for digital transformation

To help technology leaders prepare for the inevitable digital transformation initiative, Cornell has developed a Digital Transformation certificate program.


Cross-campus effort rushes 3D-printed gear to Weill Cornell

Students, faculty, staff, alumni and community members are working together around the clock to 3D print protective visors for medical workers at Weill Cornell Medicine and local hospitals.

Cornell Tech provides CS lessons for kids at home

Cornell Tech is creating virtual lessons and daily Twitter challenges to continue promoting computer science education for children in grades K-12, even as the world tackles unprecedented challenges.

Generations meet at women’s entrepreneurship conference

More than 150 attendees – including Cornell alumni and students from the classes of 1967 through 2022 – converged in New York City on March 5 for the inaugural Women in Entrepreneurship Conference.

Crowdsourcing app aims to fill gaps in coronavirus data

A recent Cornell Tech alumnus is applying his health tech skills to a crowdsourcing app that allows users to share their COVID status, to better inform individuals and health authorities.

Cornell prepares for shift to virtual instruction

Cornell is embarking on an unprecedented effort to shift to online instruction for the rest of the semester following spring break – employing innovative measures to maximize learning and research while limiting the spread of COVID-19, the novel coronavirus disease.