This design project focuses on the design and fabrication of the first point-of-use microfluidic device capable of electrochemical detection and quantification of arsenic levels in groundwater sources.
Each year for the past five years, sophomore engineering students at James Madison University work to design and build human-powered vehicles for a community member with needs very different from their own as a result of cerebral palsy.
7-10th grade students work with Cornell student volunteers to repurpose unwanted household items--creating exhibits literally out of junk--to allow the public to directly engage with otherwise unfamiliar physics phenomena.
Rev, Ithaca Startup works, is a new business incubator located in downtown Ithaca, New York. Rev, is a joint project of New York State and three local schools of higher education, Cornell University, Ithaca College, and Tompkins Cortland Community College