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We break the rules... Shengwei Jiang, postdoctoral researcher, aligns an optical setup for magneto-optical Kerr rotation microscopy measurements on atomically thin magnets. Cornell engineers first to control 2D magnets

BOOM celebrates 20 years Members of the Cornell Mars Rover team operates the rover as three area young people look on during the 20th BOOM technology showcase event, April 18 in the Duffield Hall atrium. Rovers and robots and beats, oh my!

Challenging conventional thought... Ankur Singh works in his lab with doctoral student Sungwoong Kim. Device targets chemo-resistant lymphoma

The von Neumann bottleneck... Engineers to hack 50-year-old computing problem with new center Hacking a 50-year-old computing problem

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Cornell Engineering has always defined diversity broadly, incorporating varying geographic, intellectual, ethnic, cultural, academic, and social elements that make our world a more vibrant place. The college’s commitment to a global view of diversity is an important element in ensuring that our teaching remains connected to real-world problems, our research remains relevant and cutting-edge, and our social composition includes a variety of voices, thoughts, ideas, and opinions.

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Alumni Spotlights

Natalie Dawley

Natalie Dawley: Ph.D. Student

For most of Natalie Dawley’s high school years, she assumed a career in foreign policy was awaiting her after college. “I loved learning and speaking French; I even spent a semester in France in high...

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Breaking the Rules to Advance Science and Improve Lives

Discovery stretches across disciplines to find surprising answers to complex and challenging problems in such fields as nanoscience, biomedical engineering, molecular and cellular biology, advanced materials, and information science. Come find out for yourself!

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Symposium Honoring Michael Shuler

Please join us as we honor the achievements of Michael L. Shuler, Samuel B. Eckert Professor of Engineering, during a symposium to be held June 22, 2018. The symposium will feature a keynote address...

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BME Professor James Antaki

Welcome James Antaki

When James Antaki was 11 years old, his brother brought home an antique radio and promptly put it in the basement of their house. Antaki studied that radio and then vowed he would one day get it to...

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