Undergrad’s biz helps peers find off-campus housing

The newest episode of a podcast hosted by Entrepreneurship at Cornell, Startup Cornell, features Peyton Johnson, a member of the Class of 2024 and founder of a company that helps students find off-campus housing.

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Crypto, green hydrogen form ‘dynamic duo’ to thwart climate change

Cornell engineers say that pairing crypto mining – notable for consuming carbon-based fuel – with green hydrogen could provide for wider deployment of renewable energy, such as solar and wind power.

Celebrating April as Mathematics Awareness Month

The Cornell and Ithaca communities can see a unique blend of mime and mathematics during two days of events planned by the Cornell Department of Mathematics April 19 and 20. 

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Astronomy mourns Mary Mulvanerton, ‘amazing problem-solver’

Mary Mulvanerton, long-time department manager for the Department of Astronomy and associate director of the Cornell Center for Astrophysics and Planetary Science (CCAPS), passed away on March 6 at the age of 64.

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Enrollment now open for Summer Session 2024

Summer Session, part of Cornell’s School of Continuing Education, is open to Cornell students, students from other universities and adult learners who wish to earn up to 15 credits. 

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Mars Sample Return a top scientific priority, Lunine testifies

Samples of Martian rock and soil could be stranded if Congress doesn't adequately fund a NASA mission to retrieve them, Astronomy Chair Jonathan Lunine told a U.S. House subcommittee on March 21.

Center for Technology Licensing program continues to fund early-stage Cornell lab innovations

Eight projects have been selected from the Fall 2023 application cycle to receive Ignite Innovation Acceleration grants. The grants are designed to help project teams pursue licensing, form startups, and forge industry collaborations.

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Creating a remote sensor to detect health troubles

The device could be particularly helpful for patients with geriatric heart failure and other serious conditions.

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From omen to breakthrough: Exhibit explores eclipses

“Solar Eclipses: From Fear to Knowledge” features a 480-year-old Copernicus manuscript, historical photographs and other materials from the library’s Rare and Manuscript Collections.