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A clear and audacious goal: USA Today OpEd by Mason Peck

A clear and audacious goal: USA Today OpEd by Mason Peck

February 24, 2015

Defeatism, cynicism and mindless conservatism didn't get us to the moon. read more

Prof. Hernandez: My own McFarland Story

Prof. Hernandez: My own McFarland Story

February 20, 2015

Professor Christopher Hernandez of Cornell’s Sibley School of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering and Cornell’s Department of Biomedical Engineering has published an Opinion piece on the Fox News... read more

Cornell CoE and ANSYS helping

Cornell CoE and ANSYS helping

February 20, 2015

to train next generation of engineers worldwide to become proficient in engineering simulation solutions. read more

Prof. Williamson discusses sailing,

Prof. Williamson discusses sailing,

February 12, 2015

approach to education in the Cornell Daily Sun 'Cornell Close-Ups'. read more

Generators that relieve power grid worsen ozone pollution

Generators that relieve power grid worsen ozone pollution

January 29, 2015

Max Zhang and Xiyue Zhang (no relation) examined how firing up diesel backup generators in non-emergency situations could boost atmospheric ozone concentrations due to additional nitrogen oxide... read more

MAE Prof. Shepherd receives the Air Force's Young Investigator Research Award

MAE Prof. Shepherd receives the Air Force's Young Investigator Research Award

January 15, 2015

The Air Force YIP supports scientists and engineers who have received Ph.D. or equivalent degrees in the last five years and show exceptional ability and promise for conducting basic research. read more

Cornell University to buy output

Cornell University to buy output

January 9, 2015

from Black Oak Community Wind Farm building upon the university's sustainability goals. read more

Prof. Mason Peck and student Zak Manchester interviewed

Prof. Mason Peck and student Zak Manchester interviewed

January 7, 2015

and aired on PRI's (Public Radio International) Science Friday with Ira Flatow. read more