3 ways to sabotage your systems architecture

Professor Oliver Gao’s Systems Architecture and Management program helps organizations understand the value of systems architecture related to performance, lifecycle cost, schedule and risk.

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Lake Source Cooling brings sustainability, precision to synchrotron

Wilson Synchrotron Laboratory has tapped into the university’s Lake Source Cooling system, which uses cold water from Cayuga Lake to remove heat from the district chilled water loop that cools most Cornell facilities.

Klarman Fellow: Capturing carbon with future-focused chemistry

Alexa Easley is working to develop materials for low-energy carbon capture that are organic and easy to make on large scales and in realistic conditions.

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Digitization program calls for proposals

Interested in creating lasting digital collections? The library invites expressions of interest by Oct. 1; with full proposals due Nov. 1.

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Webb telescope finds carbon source on Jupiter’s Europa

Astronomers using data from NASA’s James Webb Space Telescope have identified CO2 on the icy surface of Jupiter’s moon Europa – one of a handful of worlds in our solar system that could potentially harbor conditions suitable for life.

High school students explore the language of plants

The CATALYST Academy engineering program at Cornell teamed up with CROPPS to discover how engineering and technology play major roles in plant science and agriculture.

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Cornell-EDF projects to study extreme urban heat, ag sustainability

The Cornell Atkinson Center for Sustainability launches two new research partnerships with EDF. 

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NIH grant to launch center for diagnostics to improve global health

An interdisciplinary team led by Cornell has received a five-year grant to launch a new center for engineering, testing and commercializing point-of-care diagnostic devices that will have international reach.

In helium-three, superfluid particles pair ‘like a dance in space’

Enabled by a custom thermometer, Cornell researchers have observed superfluid fluctuation effects, possibly gaining new insight for quantum computing and the physics of the early universe.

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