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At parched delta, prologue of ecological tale begins

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Where once the Colorado River flowed with 5 trillion gallons of water into its verdant delta at the...

Cracker-sized satellites launch into orbit

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After years of planning and several last-minute delays, about 100 Cornell-developed mini satellites...

Engineering students prep for canoe, bridge contests

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Fourteen schools will visit Ithaca April 24-26 for the 2014 American Society of Civil Engineers...

Roseanna N. Zia wins young investigator award

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Roseanna N. Zia, assistant professor of chemical and biomolecular engineering, is among this year’s...

Cornell's chemically engineered cars win again

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Cornell engineering students won the Northeast Regional Chem-E-Car competition with model cars...

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Damian Helbling

If you ask Damian Helbling, one of CEE’s newest faculty members, which books had the most significant impact on his academic interests, he’ll list three...

Teams celebrate Robotics Week

Cornell's autonomous submarine and aircraft teams helped the Smithsonian National Air and Space Museum celebrate National Robotics Week April 4 and 5.

The next frontier in 3-D printing: Human organs

CNN: The emerging process of 3-D printing, which uses computer-created digital models to create real-world objects, has produced everything from toys to jewelry to food.