VIDEO: Women’s Outreach in Materials, Energy, and Nanobiotechnology
High school students explore the world of materials during the W.O.M.E.N. Outreach event.Read more
Scholarship gives Sofia Villacreses ’19 a shot at Cornell
For Sofia Villacreses, who lived in Ecuador until she emigrated to NYC, the plan for college had been modest. But as two years of community college drew to a close, her friends pointed out her potential.Read more
Materials science M.Eng. offers real-world experience
When Ajay Krishnan started scouting programs that featured an industry focus, Cornell’s materials science M.Eng. stood out – even from 8,000 miles away.Read more
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Three Cornell professors contributed to the successful proposal to lead a new $18.5 million endeavor to enhance the United States’ wind-energy economy and nix greenhouse gas emissions.Read more about Cornell professors contribute to winning offshore wind energy alliance
The guiding principle of Kirstin Petersen’s Collective Embodied Intelligence Lab at Cornell Engineering is finding ways to create and deploy many simple robots that can accomplish more than one...Read more about Looking to nature for robot inspiration