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Atieh Moridi named the Aref and Manon Lahham Faculty Fellow

Moridi, whose research is focused on advanced materials and manufacturing methods, was recognized for her early contributions to the field of additive manufacturing, and the important role she plays in advancing diversity, equity, inclusion, and belonging within STEM broadly and within the Cornell Engineering community. Aref Lahham received his M.Eng. in civil engineering from Cornell in 1986. Aref and Manon Lahham established this faculty fellowship to inspire and support innovation and discovery. Previous recipients are Assistant Professor Valla Fatemi at Cornell’s School of Applied and... Read more

Postcards from Earth: Hologram project showcased at Intrepid

A yearslong effort to launch Cornell-made satellite technology into a neighboring solar system is making a terrestrial stop at the Intrepid Sea, Air and Space Museum in New York City with a new exhibit: “Postcards from Earth: Holograms on an Interstellar Journey.” Read more

Sibley sophomore wins Brooke Owens Fellowship

Sonwalkar joins 46 undergraduates from around the world chosen for recognition by the nationally-acclaimed nonprofit program. Sonwalkar, who is Integration and Test lead of the Cislunar Explorers CubeSat research team in Cornell’s Space Systems Design Studio, a member of the Cornell Mars Rover student project team, an intern at NASA Goddard’s Direct Readout Laboratory, and a John McMullen Dean’s Scholar, will receive an aerospace internship, senior mentorship, and access to a lifelong professional network that now numbers close to 300 former and current “Brookie” Fellows. Brooke Owens was a... Read more

‘Magic’ solvent creates stronger thin films

A new all-dry polymerization technique uses reactive vapors to create thin films with enhanced properties that could lead to improved polymer coatings for microelectronics, advanced batteries and therapeutics. Read more