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Learn more about industry partnerships, and ways to work with Cornell Engineering by contacting the Office of Innovation and Entrepreneurship.
Who are Cornell Engineers? Where do they go after graduation?
For a glance at Cornell Student Enrollment, please refer to the University Factbook and sort on Engineering or your college of choice. Cornell Career Services also conducts annual surveys of graduates and presents the results in the Outcomes Dashboard, which includes activities and average salaries of graduates.
Using a biomaterials-based organoid, a multi-institution team led by Matt DeLisa of Cornell Engineering was able to assess the strength of the immune response to a glycoengineered vaccine in days... Read more about Organoids shown to speed glycoengineered vaccine development
The Forklift Learning Studio, developed in partnership with Toyota Material Handling, provides students taking mechanical engineering courses with a place to apply curriculum on real products. Read more about Cornell, Toyota Material Handling cut ribbon on Forklift Learning Studio
A 3D-printed ear transplant called AuriNovo was the Grand Award Winner in the health category of Popular Science's 2022 list of "100 Greatest Innovations in 2022." AuriNovo was created by 3DBio Therapeutics, a startup company co-founded by professor Lawrence Bonassar and Dan Cohen ‘04, M.S. ‘07, Ph.D. ‘10. Read more about Cornell Engineering startup makes PopSci's 100 greatest innovations list