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Two Cornell professors, one a national leader in nanotechnology and the other a national leader in biofuels production systems, explore how nanobiotechnology can be deployed to address biological and sustainability challenges to bioenergy production. Together they make the case that Cornell is well positioned to lead national and international efforts for sustainable agriculture and bioenergy production.
Larry P. Walker is a professor in the Department of Biological & Environmental Engineering; Anthony Hay is an associate professor in the Department of Microbiology. They spoke Oct. 18, 2008 at the Statler Hotel.