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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

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

'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

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

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

Professor Silberstein, Professor Shepherd, and Ilse van Meerbeek

featured on NOVA Documentary: Treasures of the Earth: Metals. More

The Blossom of Heat wins award

at the American Society for Gravitational and Space Research 2016 Combustion Art Competition. More

Welcome Greg Bewley

Bewley believes we don’t always pay enough attention to the things we can’t see More

Cars, Robots, Intelligent Systems

Professor Campbell's research group featured online by Cornell Research. More

David Hartino, MAE teaching support specialist, is profiled by the Cornell Daily Sun.

CORNELL CLOSE-UPS | Draws on Experience as Adult Transfer. More

Kevin O'Brien (MAE PhD student) on the cover

of the September 2016 Issue of Airman Magazine. Be sure to 'play cover'. More

Cornell on Italian TV's #1 science program, Superquark

Shepherd lab and student starting at minute 32. This is in Italian. More

Welcome Nelly Andarawis-Puri

Andarawis-Puri’s work in tendon research is in the sweet spot where basic mechanics and clinical relevance overlap completely More

CUAir takes 2nd place

in the 14th annual Association of Unmanned Vehicle Systems International (AUVSI) Student Unmanned Air Systems Competition held in Patuxent River, Md. on June 15-20, 2016. More

Associate Professor Olivier Desjardins awarded the Junior Award

of the International Conference on Multiphase Flows. There are only two awards per three years. More

Blast off!: 4-H youth program attendees launch rockets from Cornell slope

The 4-H Youth Development program brought together teens from across New York State to explore STEM on Cornell's campus. More

MAE student Robert Chiodi awarded a NDSEG fellowship!

Individuals must have demonstrated the ability and special aptitude for advanced training in science and engineering. More

"An End-To-End System for Accomplishing Tasks with Modular Robots" by Gangyuan (Jim) Jing, Tarik Tosun, Mark Yim, and Hadas Kress-Gazit won

best systems paper, was a finalist for best paper, and best student paper at Robotics:Science and Systems 2016. It was the only paper to be nominated in all three award categories. More

MAE Alumni breakfast held...

Sibley School of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering was happy to see some of our alumni at a breakfast held in Upson Hall June 11th. More

Professor Rebecca Barthelmie awarded the title of Affiliate Professor

in the Wind Energy Department of the Danish Technical University More

Mike Psiaki (B.Sc. 2009), Senior Designer, the LEGO Group

is interviewed by Innovation Navigation about his design of Lego's Ferrari F40. More

Sibley School Recognizes AIAA Executive Board Members.

The Cornell Chapter of the American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics (AIAA) executive board members have shown exemplary leadership qualities. More

Chris Hernandez, Cornell University – Bones Reveal New Engineering Secret

Dr. Hernandez delves into how bones heal themselves and return to their original function, which could give machines in faraway places a chance to last longer without replacement parts. More

Passion and Engineering Combine for First-Time Entrepreneur

Rev Hardware Accelerator Alumna Wins Student Business of the Year More

Can the presence of a robot affect whether humans behave ethically?

A series of studies at Cornell investigate how humans behave in the company of robots. Here are the findings, and what they mean. More

Cornell Engineering Student Project Team Competitions Update.

100+ students took to the road last week and have returned with various successes! More