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From left, Zach Reed, a mechanic with Transportation and Delivery Services, Christopher Kartawira ’21 and Mark Hurwitz, chief research compliance officer, hold components of the air filtration system that has enabled the C2C buses to resume service.

Grad student is breath of fresh air for C2C filtration project

The Cornell Campus-to-Campus buses have resumed service thanks to a new air filtration system that was designed, built and installed by a team of faculty and staff, and at the center of the collaboration, a master’s student who decided to do something challenging with his summer break. Read more

Students’ satellite mission explores earliest universe

A new program provides undergraduates, graduate students and postdoctoral researchers from the College of Engineering and the College of Arts and Sciences with hands-on experience in developing innovative small spacecraft missions in high-priority areas of space science. Read more

Students’ ‘small sat’ mission explores earliest universe

A new program provides undergraduates, graduate students and postdoctoral researchers from the College of Engineering and the College of Arts and Sciences with hands-on experience in developing innovative small spacecraft missions in high-priority areas of space science. Read more

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You Research Group earns cover of ACS Sustainable Chemistry & Engineering Journal's August 2021 Issue

The recent issue of ACS Sustainable Chemistry & Engineering features the research paper by Professor Fengqi You and his PhD student Xueyu Tian on sustainability of photovoltaics transition. The paper titled "Energy and Environmental Sustainability Assessment of Photovoltaics Transition toward Perovskite–Perovskite Tandems from the Attributional and Consequential Perspectives" is selected as the journal cover of the August 23, 2021 issue. Read more