Marketization in Europe worsens worker conditions

A new book explores how European markets function, who creates, shapes and organizes them, and what they mean for the relationship between labor and capital.

Zhang, Klarman fellow, named Schmidt Futures AI2050 Fellow

Zhang will work with the Center for New Democratic Processes to test whether public assemblies can be an effective method for increasing public participation in AI governance.

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‘Everything changed’: reuniting families fractured by opioids

Cornell researchers and parent educators are identifying how the opioid crisis has ravaged New York state families and the solutions that help parents and children reunify.

Local floodplain home buyouts can inform federal plans

Cornell researchers compared federal floodplain home buyout policies with regional programs, showing that local strategies may make these acquisitions more equitable and effective.

‘Young, male and aimless’: Why are men in India delaying marriage?

Researchers found that economic changes, like unemployment, are forcing men to wait longer for marriage in India.

Students can choose new minor in data science

The minor is distinctive in including courses from many disciplines, from across Cornell’s schools and colleges.

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Cornell-led election survey seeks to improve science of polls

The federally funded 2022 Collaborative Midterm Survey aims to provide the most comprehensive understanding of this year’s midterm elections on Nov. 8, while advancing the science of survey research.

Nexus Scholar applications open for summer 2023

The program matches undergraduate students with summer opportunities to work side by side with faculty from across the college.

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Space-making ‘robot rooms’ promise practicality, escape

Supported by a National Science Foundation grant, Keith Evan Green, director of the Architectural Robotics Lab, is advancing a new category of robots that people will inhabit.