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Research targets threat to drinking water

July 17, 2017

Research targets threat to drinking water

A study detailing a novel material that removes pollutant PFOA to levels far below the EPA's health... read more

New Study: CycloPure Polymer Demonstrates Superior Performance in Removal of Micropollutants

July 17, 2017

New Study: CycloPure Polymer Demonstrates Superior Performance in Removal of Micropollutants

n another milestone development, CycloPure, Inc. announced that its micropollutant polymer, CD-MP,... read more

Cowen collaborates with Verdant Power on US DoE TriFrame Demo Project

June 21, 2017

Cowen collaborates with Verdant Power on US DoE TriFrame Demo Project

Verdant Power has been selected by the US Department of Energy’s Office of Energy Efficiency and... read more

Cornell tests 'smart,' resilient underground infrastructure

June 8, 2017

Cornell tests 'smart,' resilient underground infrastructure

The future looks smart for underground infrastructure after a first-of-its-kind experiment testing... read more

Are consumers willing to pay a premium for self-driving cars?

May 12, 2017

Are consumers willing to pay a premium for self-driving cars?

New study reveals the market is split when it comes to autonomous technologies read more

Lake Source Cooling: Innovation, energy efficiency and environmental sustainability

May 11, 2017

Lake Source Cooling: Innovation, energy efficiency and environmental sustainability

Cornell’s Lake Source Cooling (LSC) facility is one of the most significant environmental... read more

Cornell heads to D.C. for Science March, sustainability summit

April 13, 2017

Cornell heads to D.C. for Science March, sustainability summit

Faculty will share ideas on climate change April 21-23 at the Smithsonian's Earth Optimism Summit,... read more

NYC tunnel-borer named for Cornell engineer, suffragist

March 30, 2017

NYC tunnel-borer named for Cornell engineer, suffragist

A tunnel-boring machine that will repair New York City's Delaware Aqueduct has been named in honor... read more

Cornell leaders discuss Earth Source Heat at Ithaca forum

March 30, 2017

Cornell leaders discuss Earth Source Heat at Ithaca forum

Members of Cornell's Senior Leaders Climate Action Group presented highlights of their report,... read more

EERI Project Team Wins 2017 Competition

March 20, 2017

EERI Project Team Wins 2017 Competition

EERI placed first at the 2017 Seismic Design Competition in Portland, Oregon read more

'Servant-leader' role suits Weber-Shirk, AguaClara program

March 16, 2017

'Servant-leader' role suits Weber-Shirk, AguaClara program

Students teach students and make many of the key decisions in AguaClara, a program that for more... read more

This Invention Lets Rural Hondurans Clean Their Water—And Own the Treatment Plants

March 10, 2017

This Invention Lets Rural Hondurans Clean Their Water—And Own the Treatment Plants

AguaClara offers sustainable, low-cost solutions to communities in need. read more

Team Retriever wins Grand Prize at Cornell Animal Health Hackathon

February 20, 2017

Team Retriever wins Grand Prize at Cornell Animal Health Hackathon

Ezgi Demirayak (M.Eng.’17) was part of the grand prize winning team during the recent weekend-long... read more

Kotlikoff QA: Next steps toward campus carbon neutrality

February 16, 2017

Kotlikoff QA: Next steps toward campus carbon neutrality

Last fall the Cornell Senior Leaders Climate Action Group submitted its report exploring heating... read more

Cornell engineers look to help artic ships assess ice buildup

February 15, 2017

Cornell engineers look to help artic ships assess ice buildup

Cornell engineers have demonstrated a novel method to accurately monitor topside icing in seafaring... read more

Fuertes Observatory’s new museum goes 'back to the future'

February 2, 2017

Fuertes Observatory’s new museum goes 'back to the future'

Cornell’s Fuertes Observatory has a new museum featuring vintage observatory instruments, many... read more