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MAE's Cao wins third prize in ERN Conference video contest

Watch Elvis Cao describe FeverPhone in his award-winning video. More

The Robotics Revolution Will Be Soft

“It would be great if our robots behaved more like us,” says Rob Shepherd. Shepherd runs the Organic Robotics Lab at Cornell University, which describes itself as “using synthetic adaptation of natural physiology to improve machine function and autonomy.” More

MAE Grad students win awards at ASEE St. Lawrence Section

Three Sibley school grad students won awards for their posters at to 2018 ASEE St. Lawrence Section annual conference. More

Autonomous vehicles for air, land, and sea

Ferrari and the LISC are working on a multitude of projects, many of them focusing on autonomous sensor technologies installed on ground, air, or water vehicles. More

SpaceX’s Falcon Heavy Rocket poised to change space exploration forever

“In a few years we'll have an unprecedented set of choices for heavy lift. That will change the world — for science, exploration, and commercial use of space..." More

Welcome Nikolaos Bouklas, Assistant Professor

Bouklas is interested in the fundamental study of soft materials, active materials and biomaterials, fracture and instabilities, as well as multiscale modeling in coupled multi-physical systems. More

Science Question - From a Toddler

Online Science & Health asks Professor Peck, "How much sugar would it take to get a rocket to the moon?" that was asked by Jacob P., age 4.5. More

Welcome Mahdi Esmaily, Assistant Professor

Mahdi's research is focused on the study of emerging applications in cardiovascular mechanics and biological flows as well as... More

Graduate students, Khaled Hashad and Bo Yang, from Prof. Zhang's research group

participate in project in Louisville KY. Do Trees Make you Healthier? More

Science’s newest skin job: a robot that can change its texture on the fly

Work done by Prof. Shepherd's Organic Robotics Lab featured in Science online. More