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Conference aims to hook girls on science, math

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The Expanding Your Horizons Conference April 12 brought middle school girls to campus to be exposed...

Ninth AguaClara water plant in Honduras opens

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With the inauguration of another student-designed AguaClara water treatment plant in Honduras,...

Galvin critiques climate of upstate entrepreneurship

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Alumnus Greg Galvin assessed opportunities and challenges facing upstate New York entrepreneurs...

Ithaca High School wins Cornell programming contest

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Teams from Ithaca High School took first and third place in the first high school programming...

Lecture honors Loucks

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Professor Emeritus Daniel P. Loucks has been honored by the International Commission on Water...

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Teams celebrate Robotics Week

Cornell's autonomous submarine and aircraft teams helped the Smithsonian National Air and Space Museum celebrate National Robotics Week April 4 and 5.

The next frontier in 3-D printing: Human organs

CNN: The emerging process of 3-D printing, which uses computer-created digital models to create real-world objects, has produced everything from toys to jewelry to food.

David Mimno

Ever dreamed of having access to the information in the millions of books you’ll never have the time to read? David Mimno is your guy. As assistant professor of Information Sciences, he examines a question that’s not often answered--even in this Age of Information.