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Breaking the mold... Madisen Swallow ’18, where she did research on Alzheimer’s disease Historic shift: Women comprise half of engineering undergrads

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Research Strategic Area - Bioengineering

Discovering new methods of mimicking and manipulating biological systems, both for medical and non-medical purposes.

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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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21%
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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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CAM Colloquium: Elena Belavina (SC Johnson College of Business) - The environmental impact of the advent of online grocery retail

This talk is co-sponsored by the Cornell + r4 AAI Initiative as part of the Data Science Seminar Series. Abstract: This paper studies the environmental impact of the advent of online grocery retailing...

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Taylor Clawson

In MAE doctoral student Taylor Clawson’s original plan, he figured he would earn a Master’s degree while working for Northrop Grumman in Clearfield, Utah. At that point he had been working as a...

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