Cornell NYC Tech’s $2 billion campus may be no more than a collection of architects’ renderings, but preparations for the awaited applied sciences school have continued to progress behind the scenes.
On the show this week: building a culture for tech innovation with Cornell NYC Tech, mayoral candidate Adolfo Carrión Jr., bringing broadband for rural towns, and Malala speaks out.
Rafael Pi Roman talks to the author of “Salt Sugar Fat: How the Food Giants Hooked Us” about food corporations and how food executives have been thinking about obesity and other health crises.
In this edition of MetroFocus an inside look at different approaches to saving failing schools. Rafael Pi Roman interviews Cuban blogger, Yoani Sánchez. And Dr. Robert Darnell talks about new developments from the New York Genome Center.
In an age when people get news on their phones, watch videos online and read books in the cloud, one might argue there’s little need for the brick and mortar buildings and paper books of public libraries. But a recent report from The Center for an Urban Future argues that this is not the case.
How will the tri-state area prepare for future storms?