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  • Hod Lipson
  • Dept: Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering
  • Title: Associate Professor
  • Address: Room 242 Upson Hall
  • Phone: 607 255-1686
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CBC on 3D Bio-Engineering Printing

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CBC news story on 3D Bio-engineering printing with Larry Bonassar and Hod Lipson.

Cornell partners with Incodema3D for START-UP NY

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Ithaca-based Incodema3D is among the first companies approved for START-UP NY tax benefits and...

A new dimension in printing could reshape how we live

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Wisconsin Public Radio: Engineering expert shares ins and outs of 3D printing.

"Fabricated", 3D book co-authored by Hod Lipson and Melba Kurman,

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was selected among the Top 25 books in China for 2013, by the China Books Critics Society. The...

Dinner Is Printed

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MAE students 3D-print an entire meal for The New York Times Sunday Review.

Computer can infer rules of the forest

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Researchers have new insight into automated stochastic inference that could help unravel hidden...

Hod Lipson briefs Congress on 3-D printing

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Hod Lipson, associate professor of mechanical and aerospace engineering, brief a Congressional...

3D printing on CBS this Morning

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MAE Professor Hod Lipson was on CBS this Morning, Saturday, March 2, 2013 pointing out the...

Book offers broad view of 3-D printing's future

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A new book by Hod Lipson and Melba Kurman explores the promises and perils of a technological...

3-D Printers for the Masses

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"I wanted something that would allow undergraduates to try their own printer, try crazy materials,...

3D Printing and the amazing world of Hod Lipson

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In this video, Prof Lipson explains what 3D printing is all about.

Robotic gripper IP video to receive first place award

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The Global Polymer Innovation Expo will be held on August 27, 2012, in Columbus, OH. Inventors,...

Teaching robots to use the universal gripper

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Cornell researchers have created an algorithm to guide autonomous robots in grasping odd shapes.

Silicon Valley alumni hone in on design for future

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Some 500 people gathered for Cornell Silicon Valley's March 14 event to hear about designing for...

Robot assembles truss structures autonomously

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The prototype robot can autonomously traverse and manipulate a 3-D truss structure, using specially...

Robotic gripper can now throw things

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The Cornell-developed robotic gripper that already boasts Internet fame and imitation has evolved:...

3D printing can revolutionize the future

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Going forward, lack of human imagination appears to be the only limitation for 3D printers. The...

It shoots, it scores!?

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To show off, CCSL's robot hand can play basketball, toss bolts and springs into boxes, and hit the...

An Israeli professor's 'Eureqa' moment

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Haaretz: Haifa-born Prof. Hod Lipson and his colleagues have created a computer program that...

Print your own counterfeit sneakers?

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MailOnline: As Pirate Bay starts offering 'blueprints' of 3D objects to 'steal,' MAE Prof. Hod...

Forbes recognizes Lipson and Schmidt as world's 7th most powerful data scientists

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Cornell computer scientists Hod Lipson and Michael Schmidt created an AI program that could distill...

Will Robots Steal Your Job?

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Lipson, Strogatz and Schmidt on "the end of insight."

Chatty robots go viral on YouTube

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Cornell students Labutov and Yosinski have set up an online chat between two robots that is...

3-D Design Simplified

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technology review: A new website could accelerate the adoption of 3-D printing.

Pop. Sci. ranks CCML among "25 Most Awesome College Labs 2011"

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Popular Science ranks Cornell Creative Machines Lab among "25 Most Awesome College Labs 2011"

You Call This School?

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Cornell Engineering's Creative Machines Lab and Game Design Initiative among PopSci's 25 coolest...

3-D design website inspired by evolution

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Just like generations of plants and animals evolve in nature, Cornell engineers are allowing anyone...

New file format will help 3-D printing progress

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A newly approved standard for 3-D printing file interchange will greatly enhance 3-D printing...

A renewable energy generator for all seasons

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NewScientist: GREEN power may no longer be as fickle as the weather, thanks to a device that can...

3-D printers make replicas of cuneiform tablets

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Cornell engineers are replicating cuneiform tablets using scanning and 3-D printing technology. 

3-D printers may someday allow labs to create replacement human organs

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The Washington Post: The machine looks like the offspring of an Erector Set and an inkjet printer.

3-D Printed Robot Hovers Better Than a Helicopter

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Forbes: Research students at Cornell University developed this robot ornithopter, which features a...