The Bezos Earth Fund grant will support a project developing low-cost virtual livestock fencing that would benefit farmers and animals, improve public health in developing countries and combat climate change.
Using a biomaterials-based organoid, a multi-institution team led by Matt DeLisa of Cornell Engineering was able to assess the strength of the immune response to a glycoengineered vaccine in days, instead of months.
For day two of Chip Camp, Liverpool Central School District students came to the university to visit the Cornell NanoScale Science and Technology Facility for a crash course in the science of the very small.
Research from the Center for Bright Beams reveals the potential for greater control over the growth of superconducting Nb3Sn films, which could significantly reduce the cost and size of cryogenic infrastructure required for superconducting technology.
Researchers have derived a formula that predicts the effects of environmental noise on quantum information – an advancement crucial for designing and building quantum computers capable of working in an imperfect world.