Jacob Nixon ’22 has been interested in biomechanics since he was in middle school – namely the coordinated motion and physical interaction of different parts of the body, such as muscles and bones... Read more
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By Erin Philipson When Nicole Sharp ’09 started her fluid mechanics blog, FYFD, she never imagined the attention she would garner and certainly didn’t foresee her career taking the path that it did... Read more
After first arriving at Cornell as a freshman, Kayla Keriazes ’21 wasn’t sure whether she wanted to major in mechanical or electrical engineering. But after being mesmerized by the mechanically based... Read more
Zara Aamer ‘21 is conducting research that investigates the relationship between molecular structure and thermal transport properties of three-dimensional covalent organic frameworks (COFs) with... Read more
Last year, Rachel Zheng ’21, mechanical engineering major in the Sibley School of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering, worked with the Autonomous Systems Lab to build a search-and-rescue robotic... Read more