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Cruising high seas, engineers detect fake GPS signals

July 28, 2014

Cruising high seas, engineers detect fake GPS signals

For four days in late June, Cornell researchers tested the newest version of their GPS ‘spoofing’... read more

Inside Science TV - From selfies, to games,

July 3, 2014

Inside Science TV - From selfies, to games,

to measuring heart rate and calories burned, today's smartphone apps can do a lot of things. read more

Kress-Gazit chosen for 20th Frontiers of Engineering

July 2, 2014

Kress-Gazit chosen for 20th Frontiers of Engineering

Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering Assistant Professor Hadas Kress-Gazit is among eighty-three of... read more

CUAir scores big at autonomous flight competition

June 26, 2014

CUAir scores big at autonomous flight competition

CUAir took first in flight/mission and second place overall at the Association for Unmanned Vehicle... read more

EAPAD Conference 2014 keynote speaker, Prof. Robert Shepherd,

June 24, 2014

EAPAD Conference 2014 keynote speaker, Prof. Robert Shepherd,

reviewed the progress towards faster and higher torque actuators for soft robotics. read more

Francis Moon publishes history of innovation book

June 23, 2014

Francis Moon publishes history of innovation book

Francis Moon, the Joseph C. Ford Professor of Engineering Emeritus, has published his ninth book,... read more

Should you go to grad school?

June 17, 2014

Should you go to grad school?

Buzzfeed: The following piece is by Duncan Watts Ph.D. '97 TAM and is excerpted from Should I Go to... read more

Baja Racing wins Iron Team Award

June 8, 2014

Baja Racing wins Iron Team Award

The Cornell Baja Racing Team seized the Iron Team Award for the first time at the 2014 Baja SAE... read more

Cornell partners with Incodema3D for START-UP NY

June 4, 2014

Cornell partners with Incodema3D for START-UP NY

Ithaca-based Incodema3D is among the first companies approved for START-UP NY tax benefits and... read more

A new dimension in printing could reshape how we live

May 29, 2014

A new dimension in printing could reshape how we live

Wisconsin Public Radio: Engineering expert shares ins and outs of 3D printing. read more

Top seniors honored as 2014 Merrill scholars

May 27, 2014

Top seniors honored as 2014 Merrill scholars

On May 21, the Cornell Merrill Presidential Scholars Program honored 33 outstanding graduating... read more

"Fabricated", 3D book co-authored by Hod Lipson and Melba Kurman,

May 20, 2014

"Fabricated", 3D book co-authored by Hod Lipson and Melba Kurman,

was selected among the Top 25 books in China for 2013, by the China Books Critics Society. The... read more

SAE team practice and test at Watkins Glen Int'l.

May 14, 2014

SAE team practice and test at Watkins Glen Int'l.

Watkins Glen Int'l announces Cornell University partnership that allows track access to the Cornell... read more

Impressive finishes for steel bridge, concrete canoe teams

May 6, 2014

Impressive finishes for steel bridge, concrete canoe teams

Both Cornell teams showed major improvement over last year, with the canoe team's second place... read more

Cracker-sized satellites launch into orbit

April 24, 2014

Cracker-sized satellites launch into orbit

After years of planning and several last-minute delays, about 100 Cornell-developed mini satellites... read more

What do tiny spacecraft and Texas Instruments have in common?

April 14, 2014

What do tiny spacecraft and Texas Instruments have in common?

Dallas News: A graduate student in Ithaca, N.Y., is using Texas Instruments Inc.’s technology to... read more

Robot Sumo Battles

April 10, 2014

Robot Sumo Battles

One day a year, the atria in Cornell University’s Duffield Hall morph from their usual role as a... read more

Tiger beetle's chase highlights mechanical law

April 9, 2014

Tiger beetle's chase highlights mechanical law

The tiger beetle, known for its speed and agility, does a stunningly optimal reorientation dance as... read more

Cornell Team Wins $2500 for Children's Programming Tool

April 8, 2014

Cornell Team Wins $2500 for Children's Programming Tool

The Cornell Daily Sun: Three Cornell mechanical engineering students have won the “Young... read more

Peck receives NASA Distinguished Public Service Medal

March 11, 2014

Peck receives NASA Distinguished Public Service Medal

Mason Peck, associate professor of mechanical and aerospace engineering, who served as NASA’s chief... read more

Several PIs at Cornell will use the NanoTweezer

February 6, 2014

Several PIs at Cornell will use the NanoTweezer

which includes Prof. David Erickson from Mechanical Engineering. read more


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