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Engineers design “tree-on-a-chip”

March 21, 2017

Engineers design “tree-on-a-chip”

Stroock Research Group collaborates with engineers at MIT to design a microfluidic device they call... read more

Prof. Engstrom serves as a Guest Editor for a Special Topic in The Journal of Chemical Physics

March 21, 2017

Prof. Engstrom serves as a Guest Editor for a Special Topic in The Journal of Chemical Physics

Working with Prof. Andy Kummel at UC San Diego, Jim developed the topic entitled: “Atomic and... read more

The career crisis that sparked a 'LinkedIn for women'

March 9, 2017

The career crisis that sparked a 'LinkedIn for women'

Featuring CBE alumnus, Lisa Skeete Tatum '89 read more

FuzeHub awards innovation grants to Cornell-led projects

March 2, 2017

FuzeHub awards innovation grants to Cornell-led projects

Three projects with ties to Cornell are among the seven grantees to receive a total of more than... read more

March 1, 2017

Michael Vilkhovoy and Rachel LeCover (Varner Research Group) receive respective awards

Rachel LeCover won a highly competitive parallel computing research internship at Los Alamos... read more

CBE Graduate Student Research Symposium Award Winners

February 13, 2017

CBE Graduate Student Research Symposium Award Winners

Winners announced from the CBE Symposium held Monday, January 23, 2017. read more

David Allen (ChemE '79) Elected to National Academy of Engineering

February 10, 2017

David Allen (ChemE '79) Elected to National Academy of Engineering

Election to the academy is among the highest professional distinctions bestowed upon an engineer.... read more

ChemE Undergraduates Promote STEM to Local Kids

February 7, 2017

ChemE Undergraduates Promote STEM to Local Kids

The Inspiring Chemical Engineers club taught and conducted an experiment with polymers Saturday at... read more

Water sensor moves from basic research to promising business

February 7, 2017

Water sensor moves from basic research to promising business

A Cornell water sensor technology that began as basic research is blooming into a business that... read more

CBE Safety Olinpics

February 6, 2017

CBE Safety Olinpics

To promote awareness of safety actions, attitudes, and behaviors, the safety committee organized... read more

Meet One of Merck’s Newest Postdocs Noreen Rizvi, Ph.D.

February 6, 2017

Meet One of Merck’s Newest Postdocs Noreen Rizvi, Ph.D.

B.Sc., Cornell University; Ph.D., Northeastern University read more

Fengqi You appointed as a Consulting Editor of AIChE Journal

February 6, 2017

Fengqi You appointed as a Consulting Editor of AIChE Journal

AIChE Journal is the flagship journal of American Institute of Chemical Engineers (AIChE), and is a... read more

Robert F. Smith is Cornell Entrepreneur of the Year 2017

January 31, 2017

Robert F. Smith is Cornell Entrepreneur of the Year 2017

Robert F. Smith '85 has been named the Cornell Entrepreneur of the Year 2017. He will be honored... read more

Fengqi You joins Editorial Board of ACS Sustainable Chemistry & Engineering

January 12, 2017

Fengqi You joins Editorial Board of ACS Sustainable Chemistry & Engineering

ACS Sustainable Chemistry & Engineeirng is a high-impact journal published by American Chemical... read more

Lin Ma of the Acher Group, was recently awarded the MRS Gold Graduate Student Award

January 9, 2017

Lin Ma of the Acher Group, was recently awarded the MRS Gold Graduate Student Award

The MRS Graduate Student Awards are intended to honor and encourage graduate students whose... read more

Poornima Padmanabhan selected for 2017 Cook Award

January 5, 2017

Poornima Padmanabhan selected for 2017 Cook Award

The award honors individuals in recognition of their commitment to women’s issues and their... read more

Zia Group article featured as one of the "Most Read" in the 2016 Journal of Rheology

January 5, 2017

Zia Group article featured as one of the "Most Read" in the 2016 Journal of Rheology

Delayed yield in colloidal gels: Creep, flow, and re-entrant solid regimes Benjamin J. Landrum,... read more

Better Chemistry Through Modeling

January 4, 2017

Better Chemistry Through Modeling

In the field of chemical engineering, researchers are applying the ideas of systems design and... read more

CBE Professors Daniel, Delisa, Paszek, and Shuler receive the first Robert F. Smith Innovation Fund seed grant

January 4, 2017

CBE Professors Daniel, Delisa, Paszek, and Shuler receive the first Robert F. Smith Innovation Fund seed grant

The project titled, Spatio-temporal Biomanufacturing of Therapeutic Proteins using Membrane-bound... read more

Choi and Clancy’s work featured on cover of J. Mater. Chem. A

January 3, 2017

Choi and Clancy’s work featured on cover of J. Mater. Chem. A

The discovery of a new high performing additive, tetrahydrothiopene oxide (THTO), to improve the... read more

Environmental Issues and Process Industries

December 15, 2016

Environmental Issues and Process Industries

With this CAREER grant, Fengqi You, Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering, is working to... read more

Lydia Contreras (Ph.D. '08, DeLisa Group) was recently promoted to Associate Professor at UT- Austin

December 15, 2016

Lydia Contreras (Ph.D. '08, DeLisa Group) was recently promoted to Associate Professor at UT- Austin

Her research combines biomolecular engineering, genetic studies and computational modeling to... read more

CHESS facility helps scale up solar cells

December 15, 2016

CHESS facility helps scale up solar cells

Researchers from Cornell and the University of Virginia collaborated at the Cornell High Energy... read more

Archer Group Leads the Scientific American 2016 List of World Changing Ideas

December 12, 2016

Archer Group Leads the Scientific American 2016 List of World Changing Ideas

Wajdi Al Sadat was selected by Scientific American as #1 among its 2016 selection of 10 ideas that... read more

Lin Ma, of the Archer Group, wins MRS Graduate Student Gold Award

December 5, 2016

Lin Ma, of the Archer Group, wins MRS Graduate Student Gold Award

Lin was awarded a Gold Award based on the evaluation of her oral presentation in the Finalists’... read more

Bob Langer (ChemE '70) received the Hoover Medal, which honors civic and humanitarian achievements of engineers

December 5, 2016

Bob Langer (ChemE '70) received the Hoover Medal, which honors civic and humanitarian achievements of engineers

The AIChE 2016 Gala recognized companies and their leaders for distinguished achievements in... read more

Top cited AIChE Journal papers from You group

November 29, 2016

Top cited AIChE Journal papers from You group

The No. 1 and No. 2 most cited articles on the list are both co-authored by Professor Fengqi You... read more

Drew Lepore and Joe Hassler, of the Steen Group, won second prize at AICHE  poster competition

November 28, 2016

Drew Lepore and Joe Hassler, of the Steen Group, won second prize at AICHE poster competition

There was a record turnout of 400+ posters this year at the conference! read more

Archer group featured on cover of Advanced Materials Interfaces

November 22, 2016

Archer group featured on cover of Advanced Materials Interfaces

Battery Technology: Multifunctional Separator Coatings for High-Performance Lithium–Sulfur... read more

2016 AIChE Annual Meeting Student Awards

November 22, 2016

2016 AIChE Annual Meeting Student Awards

Jessica Stark '12, Northwestern University, Mix and Match Sweets: Modular, Coordinated Cell-Free... read more

Nanotechnology—Novel, Realized, Scalable

November 17, 2016

Nanotechnology—Novel, Realized, Scalable

Leading-edge nanotechnology processes and materials for batteries, filtration, nanocoatings, and... read more

Julie Goddard (B.S. ChemE '99) joined Food Science faculty in July 2016 as an Associate Professor with tenure

November 11, 2016

Julie Goddard (B.S. ChemE '99) joined Food Science faculty in July 2016 as an Associate Professor with tenure

Julie Goddard, associate professor, food science Academic focus: biomaterials and biointerfaces in... read more

Faculty honored for excellence in advising, research, teaching

November 11, 2016

Faculty honored for excellence in advising, research, teaching

Twenty-four faculty were honored at the 2016 Excellence in Advising, Research and Teaching Awards. read more

Luncheon celebrates the Samuel C. Fleming Family Graduate Fellowships

November 4, 2016

Luncheon celebrates the Samuel C. Fleming Family Graduate Fellowships

Cornell Engineering leaders, faculty and students gathered for a luncheon in Olin Hall to formally... read more

Alabi named 2016 Outstanding Researcher by Cornell's College of Engineering

November 3, 2016

Alabi named 2016 Outstanding Researcher by Cornell's College of Engineering

Receiving the Cornell Engineering Research Excellence Award for research and leadership. read more

When women are more like men, they still face STEM bias

November 1, 2016

When women are more like men, they still face STEM bias

When women planned to delay marriage and limit the number of children they wanted – which would let... read more

Steen, Louge to launch NSF-funded space experiments

October 28, 2016

Steen, Louge to launch NSF-funded space experiments

For two Cornell engineering professors, the International Space Station U.S. National Laboratory is... read more

Robert F. Smith School dedicated in inspiring ceremony

October 27, 2016

Robert F. Smith School dedicated in inspiring ceremony

Over 300 Cornell faculty, alumni, students and guests congregated in Klarman Hall Friday to... read more

Ann Lee, ChemE '83, delivers the D.I.C. Wang Award Lecture

October 26, 2016

Ann Lee, ChemE '83, delivers the D.I.C. Wang Award Lecture

D.I.C. Wang Award Lecture: Monday, November 14 read more

Paulette Clancy wins 2016 Advising Award

October 25, 2016

Paulette Clancy wins 2016 Advising Award

Cornell's College of Engineering will recognize her at the Teaching and Advising Awards Luncheon to... read more

Grant launches Center on the Physics of Cancer Metabolism including Professors Paszek, Stroock, and Varner

October 25, 2016

Grant launches Center on the Physics of Cancer Metabolism including Professors Paszek, Stroock, and Varner

Center on the Physics of Cancer Metabolism: http://psoc.engineering.cornell.edu/ read more

An Invaluable First Step, NEXUS-NY

October 24, 2016

An Invaluable First Step, NEXUS-NY

Tobias Hanrath and graduate student Benjamin T. Richards, PhD’17 Materials Science, co-invented a... read more

Varner Lab receives grant from the Department of Defense to model the biochemistry and biophysics

October 24, 2016

Varner Lab receives grant from the Department of Defense to model the biochemistry and biophysics

This project is part of a large multi-center effort involving UCSB, University of Vermont and... read more

Rhodes Symposium will honor emeritus president on his 90th

October 20, 2016

Rhodes Symposium will honor emeritus president on his 90th

The Frank H.T. Rhodes Symposium will celebrate the emeritus president's 90th birthday by bringing... read more

Research project to combat 'superbugs,' antibiotic resistance

October 18, 2016

Research project to combat 'superbugs,' antibiotic resistance

Cornell researchers received a $500,000 grant from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention... read more

'Bolt of lightning' captures development of block copolymer

October 18, 2016

'Bolt of lightning' captures development of block copolymer

By quickly heating and cooling a block copolymer, researchers show the ability to alter the... read more

Professor Fengqi You publishes in ScienceAdvances (AAAS)

October 17, 2016

Professor Fengqi You publishes in ScienceAdvances (AAAS)

Titled, "In silico discovery of metal-organic frameworks for precombustion CO2 capture using a... read more

Yong Joo elected as a Fellow of the American Institute of Chemical Engineers (AIChE)

October 13, 2016

Yong Joo elected as a Fellow of the American Institute of Chemical Engineers (AIChE)

This honor reaffirms the high esteem with which colleagues and peers view Professor Joo’s... read more

‘Who is this Robert Smith?’

September 26, 2016

‘Who is this Robert Smith?’

A quiet billionaire makes some noise with $20 million gift to the African American museum read more

Professor Fengqi You to deliver plenary lecture at the 22nd International Congress of Chemical and Process Engineering (CHISA 2016)

September 23, 2016

Professor Fengqi You to deliver plenary lecture at the 22nd International Congress of Chemical and Process Engineering (CHISA 2016)

CHISA is one of the premier conferences in Europe and globally that cover science, research,... read more

Undergrad travels to Europe for summer research experience

September 22, 2016

Undergrad travels to Europe for summer research experience

Adam Berry '18, a chemical and biomolecular engineering major, traveled to Germany over the summer... read more

Archer group publishes on stabilizing electrochemical interfaces in Nature Energy

September 20, 2016

Archer group publishes on stabilizing electrochemical interfaces in Nature Energy

The future of electrochemical energy storage in rechargeable batteries is thought to hinge on the... read more

Danilo Cantero won the MIT Reviews Innovator under 35 - Argentina & Uruguay – Award

September 19, 2016

Danilo Cantero won the MIT Reviews Innovator under 35 - Argentina & Uruguay – Award

Danilo Cantero, formerly of the Tester Research Group, won the MIT Reviews Innovator under 35 -... read more

Robert Smith '85 was honored with the Congressional Black Caucus Foundation's Chair's Award

September 19, 2016

Robert Smith '85 was honored with the Congressional Black Caucus Foundation's Chair's Award

For his outstanding contributions as an investor and entrepreneur, and for his long-standing... read more

Paper co-authored by Escobedo’s group published in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences and featured in cover

September 15, 2016

Paper co-authored by Escobedo’s group published in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences and featured in cover

Carlos Avendano, a former postdoc in Escobedo’s group and currently Lecturer in the University of... read more

Rachel LeCover, of the Varner Lab, was named in the top three poster presenters at the Military Health System Research Symposium (MHSRS)

September 14, 2016

Rachel LeCover, of the Varner Lab, was named in the top three poster presenters at the Military Health System Research Symposium (MHSRS)

The MHSRS is the Nation's only scientific meeting focused on the unique medical needs of the... read more

CBE students visit Shell Robert Training Center

September 13, 2016

CBE students visit Shell Robert Training Center

Cornell Chemical & Biomolecular Engineering Students at Shell Robert Training Center: March 29,... read more

Engineering undergraduate programs rate highly

September 13, 2016

Engineering undergraduate programs rate highly

US News and World Report ranks Cornell Engineering's undergraduate program #9 in the nation read more

Working the Surfaces—Cells, Water Droplets

September 1, 2016

Working the Surfaces—Cells, Water Droplets

One of the first truly inspiring things Susan Daniel, Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering, saw in... read more

Daniel Lab lands an NSF grant to develop microbial fuel cells

August 29, 2016

Daniel Lab lands an NSF grant to develop microbial fuel cells

The overall goal of this proposed work is to develop a novel platform for studying bacterial... read more

Cornell Researchers Use CO2 to Make Electricity

August 25, 2016

Cornell Researchers Use CO2 to Make Electricity

Professor Lynden Archer and Wajdi Al Sadat, authors of this paper, have created a cell which can... read more

Roseanna Zia appointed to Advisory Board of Physics of Fluids

August 15, 2016

Roseanna Zia appointed to Advisory Board of Physics of Fluids

Physics of Fluids publishes leading work in traditional areas of fluid dynamics, including dynamics... read more

Escobedo's group paper selected as a Journal of Chemical Physics Editors’ Pick

August 12, 2016

Escobedo's group paper selected as a Journal of Chemical Physics Editors’ Pick

It was highlighted on the JCP homepage during the last week of July, 2016 and is part of an special... read more

August 5, 2016

Steen group published in Nature Communications

Contributing author, Vanessa Kern, 1st year PhD. read more

Koch and Archer groups publish on stabilizing battery recharge

August 5, 2016

Koch and Archer groups publish on stabilizing battery recharge

A recent paper by Mukul Tikekar, a coadvised graduate student in both groups takes a theoretical... read more

Scientists propose novel carbon-capture electrochemical cell

August 4, 2016

Scientists propose novel carbon-capture electrochemical cell

Engineering professor Lynden Archer and graduate student Wajdi Al Sadat have devised an... read more

Robert F. Smith, ChemE '86, elected chairman of the Carnegie Hall Board of Directors

August 3, 2016

Robert F. Smith, ChemE '86, elected chairman of the Carnegie Hall Board of Directors

Robert F. Smith, the private equity titan who was named the richest African-American man by Forbes... read more

Roseanna Zia featured in 2016 Lab on a Chip Emerging Investigators

August 2, 2016

Roseanna Zia featured in 2016 Lab on a Chip Emerging Investigators

Lab on a Chip is committed to supporting early career scientists and celebrates the most promising... read more

Michael Charles '16 featured in AISES People

July 25, 2016

Michael Charles '16 featured in AISES People

Michael was co-president of AISES in 2015-16 and 2014-15. He was very active in AISES both at... read more

Archer Group published in Science Advances demonstrating a novel solution to CO2 emission mitigation

July 25, 2016

Archer Group published in Science Advances demonstrating a novel solution to CO2 emission mitigation

The Archer Group has been studying the impact of incorporating CO2 in metal/O2 batteries, showing a... read more

Fengqi You appointed as Associate Editor of Computers & Chemical Engineering

July 15, 2016

Fengqi You appointed as Associate Editor of Computers & Chemical Engineering

Professor Fengqi You was recently appointed as the Associate Editor of Computers & Chemical... read more

Recellularized human colon model could aid in cancer research

July 11, 2016

Recellularized human colon model could aid in cancer research

Cornell researchers have helped develop a recellularized human colon model that could be used to... read more

Leadership as dance: Colman Program empowers Ph.D.s

July 5, 2016

Leadership as dance: Colman Program empowers Ph.D.s

The Colman program is hosted by Diversity Programs in Engineering (DPE) and the Graduate School’s... read more

Julius Lucks receives 2016 ACS Synthetic Biology Young Investigator Award

June 27, 2016

Julius Lucks receives 2016 ACS Synthetic Biology Young Investigator Award

The Lucks group focuses on dynamically programming cellular behavior with synthetic RNA circuitry.... read more

Archer group publishes on room-temperature sodium-sulfur batteries in Nature Communications

June 20, 2016

Archer group publishes on room-temperature sodium-sulfur batteries in Nature Communications

Recently Archer group designed a stable room-temperature Na-S battery that uses a sodium metal... read more

NPR Interview with Professor Lynden Archer

June 16, 2016

NPR Interview with Professor Lynden Archer

Profile of a Scientist: Building a Better Battery read more

DeLisa Group featured in the journal PNAS and the Chronicle

June 7, 2016

DeLisa Group featured in the journal PNAS and the Chronicle

This work published online today in the journal Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences... read more

May 27, 2016

7 engineering seniors honored as 2016 Merrill Presidential Scholars

Seven Cornell Engineering students spent a portion of Senior Week not only celebrating their own... read more

Professor Abe Stroock to serve as Director of the Robert Frederick Smith School of Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering

May 26, 2016

Professor Abe Stroock to serve as Director of the Robert Frederick Smith School of Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering

Professor Abe Stroock will serve as the next Director of the Robert Frederick Smith School of... read more

May 25, 2016

TA awards for the 2015-2016 academic year

Rahul Mangal, Andrew Shah, Maciej Lukawski, and Koenraad Beckers read more

Bioactive macrocycle shows promising antibacterial activity

May 17, 2016

Bioactive macrocycle shows promising antibacterial activity

Cornell researchers have developed an efficient method for the assembly of biologically compatible,... read more

Marisa Siergiej, ChemE '16, is the Cornell Daily Sun’s Woman Athlete of the Year

May 11, 2016

Marisa Siergiej, ChemE '16, is the Cornell Daily Sun’s Woman Athlete of the Year

Marisa is also a member of the Sphinx Head Society, the oldest senior honor society at Cornell. read more

Cornell researcher Roseanna Zia simulates gel behavior with XSEDE, Stampede supercomputer

May 6, 2016

Cornell researcher Roseanna Zia simulates gel behavior with XSEDE, Stampede supercomputer

Article and podcast featuring Roseanna Zia has begun to shed light on the microscale world of... read more

Spring 2016 Hooey Winners: Kyle Watters and James Stevenson

April 28, 2016

Spring 2016 Hooey Winners: Kyle Watters and James Stevenson

Kyle Watters from the Lucks group and James Stevenson from the Clancy group read more

Roseanna Zia named Associate Editor  for the Journal of Rheology

April 27, 2016

Roseanna Zia named Associate Editor for the Journal of Rheology

The Journal of Rheology® is a peer-reviewed scientific journal publishing original research on all... read more

ChemE Car Wins 4th Consecutive Northeast Title

April 26, 2016

ChemE Car Wins 4th Consecutive Northeast Title

The competition is sponsored by the American Institute of Chemical Engineers (AIChE) and encourages... read more

The Daniel and Fischbach Labs are awarded seed grants to begin new collaboration on cancer research

April 20, 2016

The Daniel and Fischbach Labs are awarded seed grants to begin new collaboration on cancer research

The project is entitled, "Single Particle Tracking of Oncogenic Microvesicles to Inform... read more

Eleven inducted into Bouchet Graduate Honor Society

April 20, 2016

Eleven inducted into Bouchet Graduate Honor Society

Nine Cornell doctoral candidates, one postdoc and a professor were inducted into the Cornell... read more

Surface mutation lets canine parvovirus jump to other species

April 14, 2016

Surface mutation lets canine parvovirus jump to other species

A multidiscipline research team has identified a mutation on the protein shell of canine parvovirus... read more