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Engineering Simulation MOOC teaches pro skills

Engineering Simulation MOOC teaches pro skills

March 23, 2016

Cornell’s newest Massive Open Online Course will give thousands of students worldwide an opportunity to learn skills. read more

Cornell Engineering's graduate school programs ranks among the best in the nation

March 18, 2016

Cornell’s graduate school programs in engineering rank among the best in the nation, according to 2017 rankings released March 16 by U.S. News & World Report. Overall, Cornell’s graduate engineering... read more

Light-up skin stretches boundaries of robotics

Light-up skin stretches boundaries of robotics

March 3, 2016

A Cornell team led by assistant professor Rob Shepherd and graduate student Bryan Peele has developed a stretchable electroluminescent skin with potential applications in soft robotics. read more

Professors Mason Peck and Rob Shepherd along with their team

Professors Mason Peck and Rob Shepherd along with their team

February 29, 2016

joins NASA 360 to discuss and design a bio-inspired soft robotic rover. read more

'Function after failure' in bone translates to engineering strategy

'Function after failure' in bone translates to engineering strategy

February 29, 2016

A study reveals that the material heterogeneity of cancellous bone prevents cracks from propagating and turning into breaks, and could have implications in engineering as well as medicine. read more

Dr. Bhaskaran to launch

Dr. Bhaskaran to launch

February 17, 2016

massive open online course on simulation at edx.org read more

NSF CAREER Award, 2016-2021

NSF CAREER Award, 2016-2021

February 4, 2016

Professor Ankur Singh receives a 5-yr, 500,000 award from the Division of Materials Research, Biomaterials Program, NSF read more

MAE welcomes new faculty member, Professor Andarawis-Puri

MAE welcomes new faculty member, Professor Andarawis-Puri

January 25, 2016

Dr. Andarawis-Puri's work in tendon research spans both basic science and translational applications. read more

MAE welcomes new faculty member, Professor Guy Hoffman.

MAE welcomes new faculty member, Professor Guy Hoffman.

January 22, 2016

Hoffman studies computational, design, and social aspects of Human-Robot Interaction (HRI), focusing on human-robot collaboration and companionship. read more