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Lymphoma-on-Chip, Technology to Study Drug-Resistant Tumors

Cornell research online highlights Professor Singh's LETSSGo, Lymphoma-on-chip Engineered Technology for Single-Organoid Sequencing and Genomics. More

Jiajun Gu, a PhD student in Professor Zhang's group,

has received the Excellent Poster Presentation award at the 2017 American Meteorological Society (AMS) Annual Meeting. More

Sage Designs, a team from MAE 4340: Innovative Product Design

has been selected as a finalist in the “Innovating Aging in Place” Design Challenge at the Stanford Center on Longevity. More

Meet the Millers, a Cornell Engineering father-daughter team

Father and daughter Matt and Chaney Miller talk about life as a student and as a professor at Cornell Engineering. More

World’s largest wind-mapping project spins up in Portugal reports Nature News

MAE Croll Fellow, Professor Barthelmie and her team seeks better picture of wind as it moves over rugged terrain. More

'Kip' a robot designed by MAE Mills Family Faculty Fellow, Assistant Professor Guy Hoffman is displayed

at the prestigious Vitra Design Museum in Germany, as part of the "Hello, Robot" exhibition. More

Voyages—Sprites, Space Lego, Creativity

What’s a space-exploration platform—the size of a Wheat Thin cracker—with propulsion, communications, and processing systems, sensors, and memory? More

Behold A Robot Hand With A Soft Touch

featured in the first issue of Science Robotics and NPR. More

NASA May Upend Space Travel with Experimental Research

Mason Peck, associate professor (MAE), authors this Newsweek opinion piece on NASA's EM drive and the value of experimental research. More