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Cornell has signed on with the Institute for Research on Innovation and Science, a consortium of America’s leading higher education institutions focused on demonstrating the public value of research.

Cornell researchers have created a soft robot muscle that can regulate its temperature through sweating. This technology will enable untethered, high-powered robots to operate for long periods of time without overheating.

Cornell events this week include a talk with actress Vanessa Bayer; an impeachment law panel discussion; "Some Like It Hot" in a classic American cinema series; and a community concert with the Glee Club and Chorus.

Steven Strogatz, the Jacob Gould Schurman Professor of Applied Mathematics, hosts a new podcast series for Quanta Magazine called “The Joy of x” in which he interviews scientists and mathematicians about their lives and work.

Six of the world’s most promising early-career scholars are recipients of the inaugural three-year Klarman Postdoctoral Fellowships, in Cornell’s College of Arts and Sciences.

Cornell’s newest science communications vehicle is “Modified,” a retrofitted, retro-vibe food truck that serves modified munchies with a side of biotechnology knowledge.

A new breed of accelerator, developed at Cornell’s Wilson Synchrotron Lab, provides particle beams with unprecedented properties and power.

Seven Cornell faculty members have received National Science Foundation Faculty Early Career Development Awards.

Faculty members Anthony Burrow and Julia Felippe, Ph.D. ’02, have been appointed provost’s fellows for public engagement, to advance Cornell’s public engagement mission and initiatives around community-engaged learning and research.