A review paper by assistant professor Greeshma Gadikota addresses strategies for capturing, converting and storing CO2. Read more about Gadikota paper explores carbon capture approaches
Exploring the nuances of the tumor microenvironment
By Chris Woolston
Pulling together techniques and insights that span multiple scientific fields and academic departments, researchers from Cornell Engineering and Weill Cornell Medicine are taking an expansive look at cancer that goes beyond tumors and individual cells. Bioengineers, chemists and cancer biologists are teaming up to understand the physical conditions surrounding each cancer cell, also known as the tumor microenvironment. By exploring the nuances of the human body from cancer’s point of view, they’re hoping to uncover weaknesses and vulnerabilities of the disease that can inspire new approaches to treatment and prevention.
The full article appeared in the Winter 2020 Cornell Engineering Magazine
By Syl Kacapyr A powerful software developed at Cornell Engineering is helping to inform transportation planning in New York City, resulting in cleaner air and healthier communities. Now the engineers... Read more about Powerful Cornell software informs NYC’s transportation planning