Many of the problems we face require an interdisciplinary approach and innovations on established technology in order to be solved. Our group consists of individuals with a broad set of skills and understanding, enabling us to tackle projects of a very complex nature. Collaborators here at Cornell University and numerous other academic, industrial, and governmental institutions throughout the world provides are part of this exciting community. Our work strives to provide advancements in basic scientific research that will have a direct impact on society at large. Our scientists, including graduate students and post docs, also work with the community to promote scientific understanding of students of all ages.
With the help of Bruno Xavier, senior extension associate at the Cornell Food Venture Center, students in Food Science 4000 were able to translate virtual education challenges into an opportunity to think outside of the box. Thanks to student ingenuity, members of the food industry were able to find solutions for a variety of production challenges.