Associate Professor Christopher Hernandez and his team have made a breakthrough discovery about how the internal structure of bone can be strengthened to withstand repeated wear and tear. This finding... Read more about Bone breakthrough may lead to more durable airplane wings
Professor Mark Campbell Plays Key Role in Research and Teaching Excellence Workshop in Hanoi, Vietnam
Mark Campbell, the John A. Mellows Professor, Sibley School of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering, College of Engineering, Cornell University, presented on “Making [Research] Collaborations Work” in Hanoi, Vietnam on October 13. Part of the two-day Research and Teaching Excellence Workshop, Professor Campbell spoke on the importance of collaborative research and led an interactive team-based demonstration exercise. More than 120 faculty and PhD candidates representing 54 universities across Vietnam and the broader Southeast Asian region attended the event, which was sponsored by the Cornell SC Johnson College of Business VinUni project.
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Virginia McAuley, Executive Assistant to the Director of MAE, was chosen to be recognized as the Person of the Month for November 2019 by Diversity Programs in Engineering! This recognition comes as a... Read more about Staff in MAE recognized as Person of the Month by DPE
Professors Sara C Pryor (EAS) and Rebecca J Barthelmie (MAE) are partners on a new major grant from the Department of Energy Office of Science "An integrated evaluation of the simulated hydroclimate... Read more about Faculty receive major grant from the Department of Energy Office of Science