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Ashley Macner wins 1st Place in the Enabling Technologies Poster Competition

Ashley Macner wins 1st Place in the Enabling Technologies Poster Competition

April 24, 2013

Ashley Macner wins 1st Place in the Enabling Technologies Poster Competition at the 28th annual meeting of the American Society for Gravitational and Space Research. read more

Red Achieves New School Records at Bucknell Invite

Red Achieves New School Records at Bucknell Invite

April 18, 2013

Junior Leah Ferrara won the 3k in 10:25 at the Bucknell invitational. read more

ChemE Car has been awarded the CEAA Albert R. George Student Project Team Award

ChemE Car has been awarded the CEAA Albert R. George Student Project Team Award

April 17, 2013

ChemE Car has been awarded the College of Engineering Alumni Association (CEAA) Albert R. George Student Project Team Award read more

Prof. Lynden Archer Advances the Science of Polymers

Prof. Lynden Archer Advances the Science of Polymers

April 9, 2013

Professor Archer is creating better battery systems capable of storing large amounts of energy which can lead to green solutions... read more

M.Eng. candidate, Oluyemi Adetule,  presented a paper entitled "Comparing The Biogas Yield of Different Biodegradable Materials: Nigerian Experience"

M.Eng. candidate, Oluyemi Adetule, presented a paper entitled "Comparing The Biogas Yield of Different Biodegradable Materials: Nigerian Experience"

April 8, 2013

Oluyemi Adetule, presented a paper entitled "Comparing The Biogas Yield of Different Biodegradable Materials. read more

T. Michael Duncan selected to receive the Tau Beta Pi Professor of the Year Award for 2013

T. Michael Duncan selected to receive the Tau Beta Pi Professor of the Year Award for 2013

April 2, 2013

CBE Professor Mike Duncan was selected to receive the Tau Beta Pi Professor of the Year Award for 2013. read more

Christian Aponte has been awarded an NSF Graduate Research Fellowship

Christian Aponte has been awarded an NSF Graduate Research Fellowship

April 1, 2013

Christian Aponte of the Zia Research Group wins an NSF Graduate Research Fellowship for his proposed research, “Mechanical transport in concentrated suspensions enclosed by a spherical micro-cavity:... read more

Lucks wins 2013 ONR Young Investigator Award

Lucks wins 2013 ONR Young Investigator Award

April 1, 2013

Professor Julius Lucks has been named a 2013 Office of Naval Research Young Investigator Award recipient. The ONR Young Investigator Program (YIP) seeks to identify and support academic scientists... read more

Intel donation to the Cornell Institute of Computational Science and Engineering

Intel donation to the Cornell Institute of Computational Science and Engineering

April 1, 2013

Intel has donated 30 Xeon X5650 chips to the computing facilities of Cornell's Institute for Computational Science and Engineering (ICSE). read more

Praveen Agarwal publishes on Mobility of Molecules Tethered to Surfaces

Praveen Agarwal publishes on Mobility of Molecules Tethered to Surfaces

March 27, 2013

Praveen Agarwal, a recent PhD graduate from the Archer group, published a paper: "Crowded, Confined and Frustrated: Dynamics of Molecules Tethered to Nanoparticles." read more

Zia’s Article Selected for Publication of the Year Award Journal of Rheology

Zia’s Article Selected for Publication of the Year Award Journal of Rheology

March 26, 2013

Zia’s Article Selected for Publication of the Year Award Journal of Rheology. read more

NYC Planning Commission approves Cornell Tech plan

NYC Planning Commission approves Cornell Tech plan

March 21, 2013

New York City's Planning Commission has approved Cornell Tech's Roosevelt Island Campus plan as part of the city's public land use review process. read more

Engineering, English grad programs ranked Top 10

Engineering, English grad programs ranked Top 10

March 12, 2013

Cornell's English Ph.D. programs and seven of its graduate engineering fields are ranked in the top 10 in U.S. News and World Report's 2014 report on 'Best Graduate Schools.' read more

Ruize (Ray) Zhuang '15 wins an Amgen Research Scholarship

Ruize (Ray) Zhuang '15 wins an Amgen Research Scholarship

March 11, 2013

Ruize (Ray) Zhuang, a sophomore chemical engineering major, has been awarded an Amgen Research Scholarship. read more

Research by Ananth Kaushik and Professor Clancy chosen as the cover of J. Computational Chemistry

Research by Ananth Kaushik and Professor Clancy chosen as the cover of J. Computational Chemistry

March 11, 2013

Research by Dr. Ananth Kaushik and Professor Paulette Clancy was chosen as the cover for the March 15th issue of J. Computational Chemistry. read more

Zia's Article Selected for Cover of Journal of Rheology

Zia's Article Selected for Cover of Journal of Rheology

February 28, 2013

"Stress development, relaxation, and memory in colloidal dispersions: Transient nonlinear microrheology" read more

Lucks Wins Sloan Research Fellowship

Lucks Wins Sloan Research Fellowship

February 14, 2013

Julius B. Lucks, Assistant Professor of Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering, has been named a 2013 Sloan Research Fellow. read more

Whitney Wenger '13 wins the KAUST Undergraduate Poster Competition

Whitney Wenger '13 wins the KAUST Undergraduate Poster Competition

January 30, 2013

Whitney Wenger '13 won international distinction for her research in the KAUST Undergraduate Poster Competition. read more

Work needed to make algal biofuel viable, study suggests

Work needed to make algal biofuel viable, study suggests

January 30, 2013

Though biofuels from algae hold great promise, Cornell researchers find that more innovation is needed to make the technology economically and energetically viable at a commercial scale. read more

Cornell Tech receives borough president's approval

Cornell Tech receives borough president's approval

January 25, 2013

Cornell NYC Tech has received conditional approval from Manhattan Borough President Scott Stringer, a key step in the city's Uniform Land Use Review Procedure. read more

Portnoff Wins Best Poster Award at Biomolecular Engineering Conference

Portnoff Wins Best Poster Award at Biomolecular Engineering Conference

January 21, 2013

Alyse Portnoff, of the DeLisa research group, received Best Poster Award at the Society for Biological Engineering’s 4th International Conference on Biomolecular Engineering. read more