"I have been able to conduct research in a lab and be a teaching assistant for two courses. I believe that the BME major helped a lot when I was applying to Ph.D. programs, in that I could discuss current research with professors at a high level due to the number of papers I have read for my classes." Read more about Alexander Sorets, B.S. '19
Science Blender Podcast
We hear about scientific advancements all the time, but science is a process driven by people, and we rarely hear about the stories behind these discoveries. In each episode of Science Blender, we dive deep into the human side of research, as a large part of a scientist’s work and career. We will explore what it takes to develop cutting edge research, the ups and downs of the research process, and the broader impact of scientific work. Science Blender is a production made possible as a Robert Frederick Smith Initiative from the Smith School of Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering at Cornell University.
MSE MEng student, Nicole Chu '19 has work on personal air quality sensors highlighted by the Cornell Chronicle. Read here: https://news.cornell.edu/stories/2019/05/graduate-student-nicole-chu-creates... Read more about MSE MEng Student's Work Highlighted in the Cornell Chronicle
"Being able to interact closely with world-class faculty—each with their own fascinating backgrounds and research areas—was something I didn’t expect to have at my disposal when I first began my undergraduate career. I learned to appreciate it even more when I learned that students in larger majors didn’t have the same connections with their professors as BME students do." Read more about Paula Fraczek, B.S. '19