At CBE and throughout Cornell, we’re renowned for producing world-class research. Three factors converge to make it happen: people, facilities, and collaboration.
- People – Faculty have what it takes to be world-class researchers – knowledge, a high-level of creativity, exceptional insight, and courage to change directions. As dedicated teachers and mentors, too, faculty are committed to helping their students become the best-of-the-best.
- Facilities – While other top universities have fine facilities, Cornell has a real powerhouse: More than 100 interdisciplinary research organizations, including four national research centers that bring even more of the world’s best minds to campus. The collection of state-of-the-art research facilities is exactly what faculty and student researchers need – and they’re accessible.
- Collaboration – Collaboration and interdisciplinary work is a way of life at Cornell. The university encourages this is many formal and informal ways.