"I’m developing vaccines that better mimic pathogens and can activate the memory of the immune system as if it was the real thing, derived from harmless bacteria. These types of vaccines are very versatile, safe, and easy to produce. My particular project focuses on combining different immune activators on one molecule to enhance the immune response." Read more
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The Mechatronics course in the Sibley School of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering fulfills the circuits requirement for mechanical engineering majors and has been a student favorite for many years... Read more
The inside story of how faculty and students from the School of Operations Research and Information Engineering saved Cornell's fall 2020 schedule. Read more
Ronald Heisser has been interested in engineering since birth – always having felt the pull to work with his hands and use his creativity. “Fortunately, I also had the opportunity to develop an... Read more
Lawrence Cathles, Professor Emeritus in Cornell’s Department of Earth and Atmospheric Sciences, was selected to receive the 2021 Penrose Gold Medal from the Society of Economic Geologists (SEG). The... Read more