Cornell has been awarded a grant to fund the Regional Interdisciplinary Transportation Ph.D. Fellowship Program in Economics, Engineering and Policy – a unique program for doctoral students that will integrate engineering and economic research in the field of transportation systems technology.
Nicole Benedek, associate professor of materials science and engineering, uses theoretical and computational techniques to design functional materials that can improve modern technologies such as computer chips, ultrasound machines and solar panels.
A survey of farmers in four Northeast states, including New York, found that incentive payments encouraged participants to plant twice as many acres of cover crops as they did prior to receiving funds – a change that can both improve their farms and mitigate climate change.
The two-year contract extension for the Mid-Atlantic and Midwest regional hub networks, based at Cornell University and Purdue University respectively, signals AFRL’s commitment to supporting the Hub Networks and the critical connections they have enabled within less than two years of operating.
An international team of researchers, including chemist Robert DiStasio of Cornell, has introduced a novel concept, “freedom of design,” that has important implications in the fields of rational molecular design and computational drug discovery.
Stuart S. Rosenthal, inaugural chair of Cornell's multicollege Paul Rubacha Department of Real Estate, shares insights into the dynamic links between economics, real estate markets, and the health of communities.
In honor of a cherished colleague whose extraordinary leadership advanced employment, equity and societal inclusion for people with disabilities, the ILR School will dedicate the Thomas P. Golden Courtyard on Wednesday.