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Welcome Nicole Benedek

Nicole Benedek can’t remember a time when she wasn’t fascinated by science More

Welcome Debdeep Jena

Electronic devices have become ubiquitous; they are in our kitchens, bathrooms, cars, and even our clothes. As these devices have shrunk to near More

Welcome Grace Xing

Silicon-based semiconductors have been of primary importance to the electronics revolution of the past 50 years. Professor Grace Xing is working on what comes next. She is one of More

Welcome Iwijn de Vlaminck

Iwijn de Vlaminck, the newly appointed assistant professor of biomedical engineering, brings a biophysics approach to the field of genomics. More

Dmitry Savransky

From Mars to planets around other stars, Savransky has seen more of our universe than most of us ever will. More

Gregory C. McLaskey

When people think about earthquakes, they typically imagine epic disasters that topple buildings and shatter bridges More

Students receive EPA P3 Award

A team of students from Cornell Engineering has been awarded an EPA P3 Award to support their development of a portable, high-rate, inexpensive water treatment unit for use in areas affected by emergencies. More

Geoffrey Abers

Most of us don’t think about what’s going on below our feet, much less several miles below. Geoffrey Abers is different. The Earth and Atmospheric Sciences professor devotes his research to the movements and behaviors of Earth’s deep interior, and to inform our general understanding about events such as volcano eruptions and earthquakes. More

Jeffrey Moses joins faculty of AEP

Jeffrey Moses wants to look at things that can barely be seen; specifically, events that happen in under a trillionth of a second. More

Three prizes with strong Cornell connections

were awarded at the recent ASME International Design & Engineering technical conferences. More