Changing the game for how athletes are diagnosed and treated for sideline concussions, Cornell University College of Arts and Sciences' Patrick Walsh ’19 has developed a portable concussion device.

Undergrad helps develop concussion diagnosis device

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International students beginning their Cornell educations this semester attend an orientation session for new international students Thursday afternoon in Olin Hall. The orientation was organized by the Cornell International Students & Scholars Office ISSO. Although the group of new international students starting in the spring semester is relatively small (219 students), they still represent...
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Pioneering the science behind greenhouse crops, associate professor Neil Mattson initiated a new course that outlines cutting-edge food production techniques while giving the bounty of their work back into the community.

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What happened a trillionth of a second after the Big Bang? According to Cornell University College of Arts and Sciences' Rachel E. Bean, research on the CMB—an early universe remnant—may have the answer.

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The Space between Stars and Galaxies

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In the world of Pac-Man, a trio of researchers led by Cornell University College of Engineering's Silvia Ferrari have developed the highest scoring artificial player, chomping the existing record for the popular arcade game.

This concept of artificial play can potentially be applied to practical needs such as surveillance, search-and-rescue and mobile robotics.

Engineers eat away at Ms. Pac-Man score with artificial player

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01/18/2017 at 21:00. Facebook
Vijay Pendakur, the new Robert W. and Elizabeth C. Staley Dean of Students, embraces "the pulse of the place." Reflecting on his role, Pendakur states, "The work is broad and encompassing, touching nearly all aspects of student life, preparing them to be global citizens."

New dean of students embraces breadth of Cornell

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01/18/2017 at 16:05. Facebook
Since its beginning, Soup and Hope has presented more than 50 speakers who have inspired, motivated and stirred hearts within the community. Continuing to invite members to “reflect on our unique life stores,” the 10th series will open Jan. 19 with speaker & founder Janet Shortall.

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01/17/2017 at 19:12. Facebook
An interdisciplinary, hands-on class with the experiences to launch your career as a change agent for the community, campus, and planet...

REGISTER NOW-ALS 2000 Leadership for Sustainability

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Dr. Augustine M.K. Choi, an internationally renowned physician-scientist in the field of lung disease, has been named the Stephen and Suzanne Weiss Dean of Weill Cornell Medicine and provost for medical affairs. Choi has served as interim dean of Weill Cornell Medicine since June 1, 2016.

Based on his experience as a clinician, researcher, entrepreneur and mentor, Choi plans to advance...
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Dr. Augustine M.K. Choi named dean of Weill Cornell Medicine

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01/17/2017 at 18:09. Facebook
A robotic hand that can feel: Developed in the Organic Robotics Lab of Cornell University College of Engineering's Robert Shepherd, an innervated soft prosthetic hand shows the ability to touch three tomatoes and choose the ripest.

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From 1990 to 2017: Cornell Research by College of Agriculture and Life Sciences at Cornell University's Xingen Lei has been innovating the way industries feed agricultural animals - with bigger ideas yet to come.

What We Feed Agricultural Animals

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Today, we remember the life and legacy of Martin Luther King, Jr. Honoring Dr. King in contemporary times, journalist, social justice activist and commentator Rosa Clemente M.P.S. ’02 will speak on Jan. 24 at the Africana Studies and Research Center. Learn more: [ Cornell.edu Link ] #MLK
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At the core of New York’s booming cider industry, Gregory Peck, “arguably the nation’s preeminent hard cider scientist,” offers the country's first class to undergraduate students at College of Agriculture and Life Sciences at Cornell University

Meet Dr. Gregory Peck, the Grand Pomologist of Hard Cider

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01/13/2017 at 22:39. Facebook
Central New York native Dustin Cutler, whose parents both retired from Cornell, has spent over a decade in food service management, and he's returning to the Finger Lakes to join us as Cornell Dining's new director on January 30.

Our incoming director has been in various roles with the Aramark Corporation for several years, learning the ins and outs of higher ed residential dining, large...
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For thousands of years, dog has been humanity’s best friend. But what is your dog’s true DNA? Cornell University College of Veterinary Medicine's Adam R. Boyko is searching for the answers through a series of research projects on the canine genome, providing a great model species for humans as well.

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What’s Your Dog’s True DNA

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The simple act of feeding birds in your yard can lead to all sorts of unexpected results. Celebrating its 30th anniversary, Project FeederWatch, a citizen science project through Cornell Lab of Ornithology helps scientists understand the environment while digitally connecting strangers across the country.

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Audio Feature: Big Effects From Simple Acts of Kindness to Birds - CornellCast

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Mark your calendars: Cornell Athletics & Cornell Hockey Association will host the 50th Anniversary of Big Red's (and the Ivy League's) first NCAA champion in the sport

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Reception For 1967 NCAA Champion Men's Hockey Team Upcoming

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Introducing ElliQ – a robot that will keep you company. Learn about Cornell University College of Engineering Guy Hoffman’s role in the project:

A New AI-Driven Companion For Older Adults, Improving Their Quality Of Life

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In what has become a tradition, several Cornellians traveled to the site of Ezra Cornell’s birthplace to mark the founder’s 210th birthday and celebrate this evening.
Ezra was born in Westchester Landing, New York, on Jan. 11, 1807. The site of his birthplace today is home to a McDonald’s restaurant on Williamsbridge Road in The Bronx.
From left, Mark LaPointe ’16, Corey Ryan Earle ’07, George...
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