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Watt W. Webb, professor in the School of Applied and Engineering Physics, named as a Samuel B. Eckert Professor.

November 10, 1998

Watt W. Webb, professor in the School of Applied and Engineering Physics, named as a Samuel B. Eckert Professor. read more

Science research at Cornell has a new administrative team at its helm

September 17, 1998

Cornell's research administration has taken on a new guise -- a quadrumvirate of vice provosts headed by Nobel Laureate Robert C. Richardson, the Floyd R. Newman Professor of Physics. As the... read more

Cornell-developed biosensors detect E. coli in food

April 16, 1998

Detecting potentially deadly bacteria in food, the water supply or on the battlefield before it does damage has never been reliable or fast enough to prevent death, illness or economic loss. As just... read more

Cornell scientists put their 'stamp' on a new device to seek out deadly bacteria in food or the environment

April 7, 1998

Detecting potentially deadly bacteria in food, the water supply or on the battlefield before it does damage has never been reliable or fast enough to prevent death, illness or economic loss. As just... read more

Cornell research into promising energy system that is suspended by wires

March 28, 1998

In the basement of a Cornell University engineering building, a large aluminum cylinder envelops microexplosions that one day, given sufficient federal funding, could contribute to developing the... read more