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Low-cost microbe can speed biological discovery

To conduct low-cost and scalable synthetic biological experiments, Cornell researchers have created a new version of a microbe to compete economically with E. coli – a bacteria used to synthesize proteins. Read more

IEEE CSS Magazine features Malikopoulos, mechanism design theory

Readers can get acquainted with one of Cornell’s newest engineering faculty members and his insights into mechanism design theory in the February issue of IEEE Control Systems Magazine. The latest issue features a profile on Andreas A. Malikopoulos, professor in the School of Civil and Environmental Engineering, and includes a review paper on mechanism design theory coauthored by Malikopoulos. In the magazine’s “ People in Control” section, Malikopoulos details his career path from General Motors and Oak Ridge National Laboratory to Cornell Engineering and the origins of his Information and... Read more

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. Read more