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Cancer-detecting nanoparticles are now safe for humans, study finds

October 30, 2014

Cancer-detecting nanoparticles are now safe for humans, study finds

Fast Company: Earlier this week, Google unveiled its next moonshot project: to use nanoparticles to... read more

CBC on 3D Bio-Engineering Printing

October 27, 2014

CBC on 3D Bio-Engineering Printing

CBC news story on 3D Bio-engineering printing with Larry Bonassar and Hod Lipson. read more

'Data Smashing' could unshackle automated discovery

October 11, 2014

'Data Smashing' could unshackle automated discovery

Medical News Today: A little known secret in data mining is that simply feeding raw data into a... read more

New advancements in additive manufacturing using laser solid forming to product metallic parts

October 9, 2014

New advancements in additive manufacturing using laser solid forming to product metallic parts

Phys.org: "Additive manufacturing technologies have a global reach that is impacting the... read more

How a popular university professor is teaching math to students who hate it

October 8, 2014

How a popular university professor is teaching math to students who hate it

Business Insider: Professor Steven Strogatz will be teaching an introductory math course for... read more

The Nobel Prize in Chemistry 2014

October 8, 2014

The Nobel Prize in Chemistry 2014

NobelPrize.org: The Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences has decided to award the Nobel Prize in... read more

3D printed hearts

September 29, 2014

3D printed hearts

Raconteur: Three-dimensional (3D) printing is a major driver of innovation in cardiovascular... read more

Global warming culprit-nations likely to change by 2030

September 26, 2014

Global warming culprit-nations likely to change by 2030

domain-b: While developed countries and regions have long been culprits for Earth's rising... read more

Cornell competition motivates students to adopt pro standards

September 18, 2014

Cornell competition motivates students to adopt pro standards

Maker Pro Newsletter: Cornell Systems Engineering faculty member Dr. David R. Schneider gave a... read more

Branding rules in Cornell’s ‘breaking the rules’ campaign for engineering

September 15, 2014

Branding rules in Cornell’s ‘breaking the rules’ campaign for engineering

Higher Ed Marketing: Maybe it’s because I work at a STEM-focused university where engineering has... read more

Local professor's success story making history

September 15, 2014

Local professor's success story making history

WBNG:By recording, preserving and sharing the stories of thousands of African Americans, the... read more

Michal Lipson: nanophotonics could revolutionize computers

September 15, 2014

Michal Lipson: nanophotonics could revolutionize computers

Fushion.net: Watch this video on the groundbreaking research on nanophotonics by Michal Lipson,... read more

Engineering dean: Professor Garcia will ‘be sorely missed’

September 12, 2014

Engineering dean: Professor Garcia will ‘be sorely missed’

The Cornell Daily Sun: Prof. Ephrahim Garcia, mechanical and aerospace engineering, died Wednesday... read more

Verizon, Cornell create geothermal cooling for cell tower

September 1, 2014

Verizon, Cornell create geothermal cooling for cell tower

National Driller: Chris Lesperance of Lono Mechanical has installed a lot of ground-source heat... read more

Megadrought might strike U.S. Southwest, study warns

August 31, 2014

Megadrought might strike U.S. Southwest, study warns

Tech Times: A recent study reveals that the Southwest region of the U.S. may experience... read more

The plan to build a massive online brain for all the world’s robots

August 27, 2014

The plan to build a massive online brain for all the world’s robots

Wired: If you walk into the computer science building at Stanford University, Mobi is standing in... read more

Wheels when you need them

August 22, 2014

Wheels when you need them

Science: Can special algorithms help keep shared bicycles rolling? read more

Zero-G fire pulses like a jellyfish on the space station

August 22, 2014

Zero-G fire pulses like a jellyfish on the space station

Smithsonian.com: Prometheus would be so proud. As part of a NASA experiment, humans have brought... read more

Scientists develop remote-control cyborg moth

August 21, 2014

Scientists develop remote-control cyborg moth

The Economic Times: Remote-controlled moths or 'biobots' may be used in future search and rescue... read more

Ready for the Stress-Phone? It monitors body functions…

August 20, 2014

Ready for the Stress-Phone? It monitors body functions…

The Washington Times:The inventor has received $3 million from the National Science Foundation to... read more

This thousand-bot swarm is the future of robotics

August 14, 2014

This thousand-bot swarm is the future of robotics

Popular Mechanics: The kilobots—a group of 1,024 tiny machines that can form into complex... read more

The rise of 3-D printed guns

August 13, 2014

The rise of 3-D printed guns

NYTimes: Professor Hod Lipson comments on the ability of the public to 3D print guns. read more

Cornell engineering teams show work to congressman

August 13, 2014

Cornell engineering teams show work to congressman

The Ithaca Journal: Some want to go fast. Some want to go underwater. Some want to fly. One wants... read more

How close is too close?

August 11, 2014

How close is too close?

The Chronicle of Higher Education: In 2007 Motorola shuttered its operations in Champaign, Ill.,... read more

Creating an ever-flexible center for tech innovation

August 10, 2014

Creating an ever-flexible center for tech innovation

The New York Times: Dan Huttenlocher does not like walls. This is not so much an aesthetic... read more