Very few venture-backed startups move from their original location to a new country, but those that do benefit financially, according to new research.
Dean Andrew Karolyi gave a lightning talk on strategies to encourage and sustain private investment in the green transition at the 2030 Project event.
Cornell Tech and the SC Johnson College of Business have partnered to launch a certificate program to help leaders harness the power of AI.
Research by Dyson School professor Ariel Ortiz-Bobea quantifies just how much extreme heat is cutting into farmers’ financial security.
Researchers partnered with NYS livestock farmers using point-of-sale technology, then analyzed their market transactions and uncovered insights that could increase farmers’ profits.
Climate Finance guest speaker Tim Lenton described titanic risks of climate change brought about by climate tipping points.
Farm-to-school programs, which bring healthy foods to children and support rural economic development, actually work from an economic perspective in at least one upstate New York school district, according to new Cornell research.