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Inside Cornell: Microfluidic Device for Cancer Research

Cornell researchers explain their new microfluidic device that collects circulating, living prostate cancer tumor cells from blood. More

Bonassar and bio-printer on BBC

The Bonassar lab is featured in part one of "Technobody" on BBC World News Horizons. More

Cornell Cup USA

David Schneider, academic coordinator of Cornell Cup USA presented by Intel, explains the education goals behind the new, national engineering competition taking place May 3-4 at Disney World. More

Hod Lipson at Hampshire College

Science and Art in a Post-Singularity Age More

Record a video, win an iPad

Record a short, Web-quality video about your Cornell experience and you could win an Apple iPad 3. The college is creating an augmented reality tour for prospective students and their parents and wants them to hear from you. Deadline for submissions is May 25, 2012. More

Stay With It

The “Stay With It” campaign launched March 14 with a “Day of Engineering” pep rally broadcast via Facebook.The rally included a panel featuring, Paul Otellini, president and CEO of Intel Corp.; Charles Bolden, a NASA administrator; and Maggie Johnson, director of education and university relations for Google. More

NYC Plans on 'Morning Joe'

MSNBC: Mayor Michael Bloomberg and Cornell President David Skorton joined Morning Joe December 20, 2011 to discuss the NYC Tech Campus. More

Mason Peck named NASA's chief technologist

Prof. Mason Peck, MAE, has been named NASA's chief technologist, effective January 2012. More

Mason Peck on the future of NASA

A big part of his new job at NASA is to communicate how the agency's technologies will benefit future space missions as well as everyday life here on Earth. More

Video: Bonassar group creates cartilage with 3D printer and living "ink"

Bonassar describes a cutting-edge process he has developed in which he uses a 3D printer and "ink" composed of living cells to create body parts such as ears. More

Stanford and Cornell favored for NYC engineering school

NYTimes.com: With less than two weeks left to apply in the competition for $400 million in land and subsidies to build a science and engineering graduate school in New York City, some of the world’s great universities continue to change plans and jockey for position, and there is a growing view among them that Cornell and Stanford have emerged as the favorites. More

I am not a robot. I am a unicorn.

CCSL - Lipson, Labutov and Yosinski wondered what would happen if two chatbots conversed. Now we know. More

Grant for Spinal Discs

Cornell scientists have been awarded a grant from NFL Charities. More

Evolve your own 3D objects

Now that 3-D printing is taking off, the goal is to unshackle the design process. More

Race is on to build applied sciences campus

Schools go all out to extend their programs. More

Dean Lance Collins

CU's first African-American dean More

Faculty Diversity

A richer environment More

MAE 2011 Reunion

The Sibley School of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering was happy to host breakfast Saturday June 11 for our alumni during the 2011 Reunion Weekend. More

Visit the Clean Room

Virtual tours on the E-Quad More

RoboSub Competition

July 12-17, San Diego More

Manifest Destiny

CUSat Set to Launch More

Cornell 100+ MPG team in Green Grand Prix

ESPN radio interview with team members at Watkins Glen International Speedway. More

FSAE Competition

Nine-time World Champs More

The Robotic Scientist

Are scientists replacing themselves? More

Evolutionary Robotics

Machines designing machines? More

Brandon Hencey

Brandon Hencey is helping to make buildings more energy efficient. More

Hadas Kress-Gazit

Hadas Kress-GazitHadas Kress-Gazit wants to know how to make robots do what they are supposed to. More

Universal robotic gripper

Researchers develop universal robotic gripper. More

Christopher Hernandez

If you get some cracks in the bone, some cells will come in and repair it. That‰s how we think most of us can survive our whole lives without ever breaking a bone. More