Ph.D. student Serafina Lopez describes her meniscus tissue engineering research in the Bonassar Lab and what she's gained during her time at Cornell. Read more about Improving tissue-engineered menisci for replacing torn or damaged tissue
Cornell Engineering Magazine
Welcome to the winter 2023 issue of Cornell Engineering Magazine!
This issue is dedicated to the on-campus student experience. See what's new with the Student Project Teams, meet the Class of 2026, read what students did when they were given $400 with no strings attached, and find out why a group of high schoolers is spending the year on campus.
A message from Lynden Archer, the Joseph Silbert Dean of Engineering, about why there has never been a better time to be a Cornell Engineer.
Short updates and news blurbs featuring Cornell Engineering faculty and students.
The newest Student Project Teams are building custom silicon systems, biomedical devices, and are hacking for impact, thanks in part to Jim Cunningham ’71.
What do a falconer, an astronaut-in-training, a hip-hop dancer and a social entrepreneur have in common? They are all part of the Class of 2026 - one of the most diverse in the college’s history.
The Contribution Project handed out $400 each to 100 Cornell undergrads, with no strings attached other than to spend it by improving something in the world.
It's not often high-school students get to tear apart a $65,000 plasma etcher, but for New Visions Engineering students, it's just another day at Cornell.