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Two Sibley School students chosen for Isakowitz Fellowship

Emily Matteson, a senior in Cornell’s Sibley School of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering, and Julia Proctor ’22, an M.Eng. student in the Sibley School, were selected from more than 250 applicants representing more than 90 colleges and universities. Matteson and Proctor will receive paid internships at commercial space companies and one-on-one professional mentorship from accomplished members of the space community. In addition, they will participate in a summit with activities, speakers, and space industry guest attendees. The Matthew Isakowitz Fellowship was created in 2017 in memory of... Read more

Cornell Engineering startup makes PopSci's 100 greatest innovations list

A 3D-printed ear transplant called AuriNovo was the Grand Award Winner in the health category of Popular Science's 2022 list of "100 Greatest Innovations in 2022." AuriNovo was created by 3DBio Therapeutics, a startup company co-founded by professor Lawrence Bonassar and Dan Cohen ‘04, M.S. ‘07, Ph.D. ‘10. Read more

Space-making ‘robot rooms’ promise practicality, escape

Supported by a $600,000 National Science Foundation grant and an industry partner, Sibley School of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering professor Keith Evan Green and collaborators are working on a new category of space-making robots that people will inhabit. Read more