Credit: Lindsay France/Cornell University Photography In most places around the country where freshwater lakes and beaches offer recreational opportunities, health officials monitor the water for elevated bacterial counts—usually about once a week in populated areas, less often in more remote locations. However, the current state-of-the-art testing leaves about 24 to 30 hours of lag time between when water is tested for bacteria and when results come back. During that time, if the water seems unsafe, officials usually limit access to it. This summer, researchers from Cornell University were...
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Members of Cornell’s Geotechnical Lab have won the Wideria Literature Award for best paper published in the American Society Mechanical Engineers Pressure Vessels and Piping Journal.
Ruth Richardson, associate professor of civil and environmental engineering, this summer is testing a water-monitoring system that could cut the time state swim areas are closed from 30 hours to 90 minutes.
With an eye on the sky and roots in NYC and Upstate, “Oculi” art installation opens June 23 on Governors Island
“Oculi”, a temporary public art installation built using disused grain silos, will open to the public on Saturday, June 23 on Governors Island in New York City.
Associate Professor Ruth Richardson is working with St. James on this research project.
Hover was given this prestigious award in recognition of his work with Leeds, his contributions to the international collaboration of ACI and the Institute of Concrete Technology.