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Cornell Engineering is presenting sponsor for MakerCon New York

Keynotes to include Intel CEO Brian Krzanich; KickStarter CEO Yancey Strickler; Massimo Banzi, Arduino Co-founder; and Tim McNulty, VP, Government Affairs, Carnegie Mellon.

Girls explore Internet of Things in 2014 CURIE Academy

Girls in the 2014 CURIE Academy explored the Internet of Things by designing, building, and testing one of several simple devices inspired by real-world applications.

Students teach high school girls shop, leadership skills

ME Today: Designing a lamp may seem like a simple enterprise, but for Cornell's ASME student section, it served as a way to enlighten high school girls about the exhilaration of being an engineer and empower them to see that they can be successful in...