“I’m passionate about breaking ground in science and engineering because technology has driven many of the advances humankind has made,” said Google CEO Larry Page. “But we still don’t have enough people working in these areas. It’s why I am tremendously pleased that Google is giving Cornell the office space to get their new engineering university up and running in New York City.”
News: Chilean students once again took to the streets in thousands, the first big event for the movement in 2012, but the march was broken up by police. Authorities say at least 50 were arrested. The students are demonstrating in favor of a universal right to free, quality education.