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Cornell leads NYS consortium for space tech development

Cornell is spearheading the New York Consortium for Space Technology Innovation and Development – a new initiative aimed at bolstering U.S. space technology research and manufacturing by uniting industry, academic and government partners. Read more

3 ways to sabotage your systems architecture

Professor Oliver Gao’s Systems Architecture and Management program helps organizations understand the value of systems architecture related to performance, lifecycle cost, schedule and risk. Read more

Systems alum, former postdocs land teaching positions

By: Patrick Gillespie

As the Cornell Systems program continues to grow, it’s making more of an impact outside of Ithaca as a recent Ph.D. graduate and two postdoctoral researchers have landed tenure-track teaching positions at other universities. Read more

Metaverse could put a dent in global warming

New Cornell research shows the metaverse – a virtual 3D environment in which the physical and digital worlds converge – could have environmental benefits: lowering the global surface temperature by up to 0.02 degrees Celsius before the end of the century. Read more

Drug industry’s carbon impact could be cut by half

In a first-of-its-kind analysis, Cornell researchers and partners at the Clinton Health Access Initiative found that pharmaceutical producers could reduce their environmental impact by roughly half by optimizing manufacturing processes and supply chain networks and by switching to renewable energy sources. Read more