Five students will examine the business prospects for a diverse array of Cornell technologies – including a cryptocurrency model, spine treatment, computer vision algorithm, and materials for high-powered electronics and... Read More
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“Plants have a pulse,” says Abraham Duncan Stroock, Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering. “It’s the tug-of-war that goes on between the plant’s leaves and the water in the soil. A leaf... Read More
The spring cycle of the Cornell Technology Acceleration and Maturation (CTAM) Fund has been extended and applications will be accepted until Friday, April 19. Supported by the Office of... Read More
More than 200 alumni are expected to return to campus April 11-12 for the Entrepreneurship at Cornell Celebration two-day conference. The event will honor the 2019 Cornell Entrepreneur of the... Read More
The Praxis Center for Venture Development hosted a grand opening and ribbon-cutting ceremony on March 21 in Duffield Hall. The center will help clients accelerate research and development of their... Read More
Amit Lal and his SonicMEMS lab will likely make waves in the electronic industry with their ultrasonic MEMS products for fingerprint recognition—plus.
New York farmers have a new way to satisfy consumers’ hunger for something different. Cornell AgriTech experts have released grape tomato varieties that are pretty, profitable and pack a culinary... Read More
Roy Cohen has led his team in the laboratory of Dr. Alex Travis at the Baker Institute for Animal Health at Cornell’s College of Veterinary Medicine in the development of... Read More
Edwin Kan and his team developed a non-invasive, low-cost method to monitor human and animal vital signs using passive and active radio frequency (RF) transmissions. Using near-field coherent sensing (NCS),... Read More
Understanding and classifying droplet motions could have applications ranging from creating semiconductor chips, enhancing industrial surface coatings, or even improving blood-splatter forensics.