Jery Stedinger, Professor of Civil And Environmental Engineering
Julius Lucks, Professor of Chemical Engineering
Hadas Kress-Gazit, Professor of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering
Lance Collins, Joseph Silbert Dean of Engineering at Cornell
Lauren Tweel, Student, Cornell College of Engineering
Jisha Kambo, Student, Cornell College of Engineering
Georgia Crowther, Student, Cornell College of Engineering
Jeremy Blum, Alumni, Cornell Engineering
Phil Tischler, Student, Cornell College of Engineering
Jen Baker, Engineering Alumna
Reason: On April 4, 2014, Reason TV attended the Inside 3D Printing Conference and Expo, a three-day event held at the Jacob Javits Convention Center in New York City.
January Fabrication, or JanFab, is a two-week period on campus during winter break when students from the engineering project teams drill, mill, bore, smooth and frame their projects for upcoming regional and national contests.
More than 120 kids ages six to nine took part in Cornell's 2014 Junior FIRST LEGO League Expo held Jan. 25 in Duffield Hall. 24 teams presented "Disaster Blaster"-themed Lego models of their ideas. Video courtesy of the Cornell Daily Sun.
ECE Innovation Award Bright Idea winners Ray Li, BS '14 and Michael Ndubuisi, BS '14, discuss their new musical instrument, Aura. It allows the musician to control sound simply by moving their hands in the air. Video courtesy of the Cornell Daily Sun
By attaching a cancer-killer protein to white blood cells, Cornell biomedical engineers - led by Professor Michael King - have demonstrated the annihilation of metastasizing cancer cells traveling throughout the bloodstream.
Cornell researchers in Hod Lipson's Creative Machines Lab have 3-D printed a working loudspeaker, seamlessly integrating the plastic, conductive and magnetic parts.
Cornell engineers have created "smartCARD" which employs your smartphone's camera to read your cholesterol level.
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Cornell Engineering Alumna Jen Baker
Cornell Engineering Dean Lance Collins
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From fossilized brachiopods, fish lungs and iPhones to mouse hearts and habanero chilies, Cornell's micro-CT (computer tomography) scanner provides spectacular and colorful 3-D datasets from the inside out.
Chris Hernandez is interested in the mechanics of bone. The human body's structural underpinnings are subject to the same mechanical laws as bridges and buildings, but unlike steel or concrete, bone is self-repairing.
ECE Assistant Professor Christopher Batten is currently interested in combining the advantages of graphics processors (GPUs) and general-purpose processors in a single chip.
A team of electrical and computer engineering faculty has received $1 million from Intel Corp., Cisco Systems Inc., and Verizon Communications Inc. for research on ,video-aware networks.Š
Violet is the name of a 50 kg spacecraft--a nanosatellite--that is being designed and built at Cornell University. This video includes clips from interviews with members of Violet's systems engineering team.
This video is an introduction to the Universal Jamming Gripper, which is featured on the cover of the November 2, 2010 edition of the Proceedings of the National Academy of Science.
Michal Lipson, an associate professor in Electrical and Computer Engineering, was named a 2010 MacArthur Fellow, which includes a $500,000, grant for individuals who have shown exceptional creativity in their work and the promise to do more.
Monroe Weber-Shirk is the director of AguaClara, a program in Civil and Environmental Engineering that is improving drinking water quality drinkidrinking water quality through innovative research and knowledge transfer.
We're not sure what brand of batteries it was using, but the Cornell Ranger robot just kept going and going April 3 when it set an unofficial world record by walking nonstop for 45 laps -- a little over 9 kilometers or 5.6 miles -- around the Barton
AguaClara is a group of Cornell Engineering students who design water treatment plants for rural communities. Faculty leader Monroe Weber-Shirk accompanies them to Honduras every year to tour existing and potential water plant sites.
Cornell researchers have built a robot that works out its own model of itself and can revise the model to adapt to injury. First, it teaches itself to walk. Then, when damaged, it teaches itself to limp.