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Abraham Duncan Stroock

  • Abraham Duncan Stroock
  • Dept: Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering
  • Title: William C. Hooey Director and Gordon L. Dibble '50 Professor of Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering
  • Address: 124 Olin Hall
  • Phone: 607 255-4276
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Engineers design “tree-on-a-chip”

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

Water sensor moves from basic research to promising business

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

Luncheon celebrates the Samuel C. Fleming Family Graduate Fellowships

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

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

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Center on the Physics of Cancer Metabolism:

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

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

Fall 2015 Hooey Graduate Research Award Winners: Eugene Choi and Jonathan Saathoff

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Eugene Choi (Stroock Group) and Jonathan Saathoff (Clancy Group)

Stroock Research Group work published in Physical Review Letters and News & Views in Nature Materials

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Drying from porous media is a very common phenomenon, with examples of increasing importance such...

New micro water sensor can aid growers

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Cornell researchers have developed a microfluidic water sensor within a fingertip-sized silicon...

Professors Stroock and Engstrom win 2013 AVF Grant Award

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The Atkinson Center for a Sustainable Future selected 9 research projects for its 2013 Academic...

Engineered vessels go LIVE:

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The Stroock group has developed living blood vessels that grow, interact, and respond to stress...