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First three D-line chemical engineering masters take up jobs in industry

First three D-line chemical engineering masters take up jobs in industry

February 25, 2015

George Guo, Vincent Rosa, and Patrick Dorion enter careers in industry. read more

Susan Daniel wins an Alice H. & Constance E. Cook Award

Susan Daniel wins an Alice H. & Constance E. Cook Award

February 11, 2015

Nominated by Prof Clancy, and members of the CBE women in acknowledgement of her achievements and contribution to the Cornell community. read more

Julius Lucks recipient of an Early Career Development Award

Julius Lucks recipient of an Early Career Development Award

February 7, 2015

Julius Lucks is the recipient of a 2015 Faculty Early Career Development Award from the National Science Foundation. read more

Bob Langer '70: Drug-delivery pioneer wins £1m engineering prize

Bob Langer '70: Drug-delivery pioneer wins £1m engineering prize

February 6, 2015

A pioneer of medical technologies that have benefited millions of people has become the latest winner of the Queen Elizabeth Prize for Engineering. read more

A ‘STAR’ is born: Engineers devise genetic 'on' switch

A ‘STAR’ is born: Engineers devise genetic 'on' switch

February 2, 2015

Cornell scientists have made an RNA-only "on" switch to control gene expression – a breakthrough that could revolutionize genetic engineering. The switch is called Small Transcription Activating... read more