Congratulations to Professor Todd Walter, who was nominated "in recognition of valuable contributions made to better the status of women locally and globally, and work toward gender equality for all." Read more
Thank you to all who participated in the 2017 BEE Research Symposium. Special congratulations go to the poster competition winners: BE Category: 1st Place-Tom Derrien, Luo Lab, Solution phase dynamics of nanoparticle superlattices 2nd Place-Elizabeth Redfield, March Lab, Synthetic small intestinal implants for the treatment of short bowel syndrome 3rd Place-Mohsen Ranjbaran, Datta Lab, Mechanistic understanding of internalization of bacteria into spinach leaves during a vacuum cooling process EnvE Category:
1st Place-Fanny Okaikue-Woodi, Aristilde Lab, Clay nanopore trapping of fluoroquinolone antimicrobials depends on compound structure 2nd Place-Keith Ahn, Steinschneider Lab, Expanded dynamic rating curves to estimate time-varying sediment loads using information from adjacent basins 3rd Place-Lubna Richter, Ahner Lab, Alteration of bacterial consortium leads to significant phenotypic and transcriptomic differences in a lipid producing ChlorophytaRead more
BEE Professor Ludmilla Aristilde has received a Professeurs Invites (Invited Professor) position in France allowing her to spend one month this summer in the city of Grenoble and then travel the country throughout the year to give lectures. Read more
EAS Professor Natalie Mahowald and BEE Professor Peter Hess, in collaboration with the University of California, have received a DOE grant to study the interactions between aerosols and the land and ocean. These interactions are expected to have important consequences for human health, ecosystem services, and climate feedback over the next several decades. [Beatrice Jin, Cornell Research] Read more
2016 Agriculture and Food Research Initiative Nanotechnology Award
Feb 9, 2017
BEE Professor Mingming Wu has received an NIFA/USDA AFRI Competetive Grants Program award from the Nanotechnology for Agricultural and Food Systems program for her proposal entitled, "Nanoliter Habitat Platform For Understanding Harmful Algal Bloom." Congratulations to the Wu Lab!