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Cornell Engineering Magazine
The fall 2020 issue of Cornell Engineering Magazine is now available. Inside you'll find research news, awards and honors, giving opportunities, and the following feature stories:
Biomolecular weapons for fighting COVID-19
Years before the novel coronavirus turned into a global pandemic, Professor Susan Daniel was already looking for ways to defeat it.
Cornell Engineering 2030 and beyond
What could one of the world’s most prestigious engineering colleges look like a decade from now? Cornell Engineering’s new leader details his vision.
Powerful design software brings student ideas to life
Planetary rover suspension, robotic arms, novel vehicle chassis - engineering faculty and students are using Autodesk software to design and redesign a broad range of projects.
Designing NY's first statewide 'internet of things'
Rural areas have been unable to capitalize on the efficiencies promised by the 'internet of things' due to general lack of broadband access. Cornell engineers are teaming up to bridge the digital divide in New York by designing the nation’s first statewide internet-of-things public infrastructure.
Alumnus ramps up production of COVID-19 tests
Greg Galvin, M.S. ‘82, Ph.D. ‘84, MBA ’93, is the founder and CEO of Rheonix, a biotech company ramping up production of its rapid test for COVID-19.