• A photo tour of East Hill’s hidden gems, The Grateful Dead’s legendary 1977 show, creating ‘smart’ clothing, and sing a song of Cornell

  • From hidden carvings to works of art, campus is full of delightful surprises that passersby often miss.

  • Forty years later, a legendary Dead concert in Barton Hall still rocks—and Cornell University Press has the book to prove it.

  • From chameleon-like color shifts to disease resistance, Human Ecology’s fiber science and apparel design researchers aim to revolutionize what your clothes can do for you.

  • From driverless cars to bionic eyes, neuroscientist Sheila Nirenberg is at the cutting edge of artificial vision.

  • Having tackled blood-suckers, zoologist and author Bill Schutt, PhD ’95, turns to cannibalism.

  • Prof’s firm analyzes the canine genome.

  • Architecture alums help build the Smithsonian’s newest museum.

  • Jeff Zalaznick ’05 is one of the creative minds behind an eclectic restaurant empire.