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BEE Professor Jillian Goldfarb selected as a 2019 IUPAC Young Observer for the General Assembly and Congress

Mar 5, 2019

BEE Assistant Professor Jillian Goldfarb was selected by the U.S. National Committee for IUPAC (a body of the National Academies of Sciences, Engineering and Medicine) as a 2019 IUPAC (International Union of Pure and Applied Chemistry) Young Observer for the General Assembly and Congress in Paris this summer. The purpose of this award is to "introduce the work of IUPAC to a new generation of distinguished researchers and to provide them with an opportunity to address international science policy issues"
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BEE's Active Learning Initiative

Feb 12, 2019

Biological and Environmental Engineering: Three existing courses and one new course will focus on developing problem-solving skills that span disciplines, allowing students to transfer skills and knowledge across courses and contexts, and identify and develop solutions to complex problems. Overall impact of the three-year grant: About 200 students will take these courses every year. Read more

BEE Emeritus Prof. Ron Furry's Autobiographical Memoir Published!

Jan 18, 2019

The Cornell University Library published the book in December 2018 available on eCommons, the University's Digital Repository.  Click on the following URL to open the related web page to see it...  https://ecommons.cornell.edu/handle/1813/60832
You can then select to download a copy to your computer from this site (i.e., Save File), or just read it (i.e., Open with).

BEE Seminar, Haiyan Cen Video

Nov 19, 2018

A brief introduction about the research areas in the College of Biosystems Engineering and Food Science at Zhejiang University will be presented. Advanced plant phenotyping technology for precision agriculture and breeding program on different scales will be discussed. In particular, optical imaging techniques combined with laboratory-used, ground-based and UAV-based platforms are promising for high-throughput indoor and infield plant phenotyping, and they have been widely used for plant growth monitoring, nitrogen evaluation, and stress detection. The presentation will also discuss the major challenges and future directions on plant phenotyping, and explore the potential research collaboration of ZJU-Cornell University in this interdisciplinary area. Read more

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