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Cornell panelists discuss robotics' role in our lives

"To what extent are you willing to let robots into your life?" That was one question posed Sunday by Cornell University experts on the panel "Robotics: Today's Intertwining of Engineering and Computer Science.

Tumor cells prefer easy way out, study shows

Biomedical engineers report in a new study that tumor cells take advantage of cleared paths in the body to migrate unimpeded, rather than by brute force.

Engineering society honors two grad students

Malika Grayson and Darvin J. Griffin have received the National Society of Black Engineers (NSBE) Mike Shinn Distinguished Member of the Year award - one of the organization's highest honors for graduate students.