Cornell Engineering is encouraging students, postdocs and faculty to apply for funding to scale up a technology or prototype a product based on research.
Andrea De Micheli, a BME Ph.D. student in Ben Cosgrove’s lab, won the “Best Poster Presentation” award at the 2018 FASEB Conference on Skeletal Muscle Satellite Cells and Regeneration, which was held July 8-13 in Steamboat Springs, Colorado. De Micheli won for his poster titled, "Unbiased reconstruction of a cellular atlas in muscle regeneration through single-cell RNA-sequencing”. The research he presented was about “a transcriptomic atlas of muscle cell diversity during muscle tissue regeneration”.
Political scientist Steven Levitsky, the Sundance Institute’s Keri Putnam and biomedical engineer Stephen Quake have joined the ranks of leading scholars and public intellectuals at Cornell as Andrew Dickson White Professors-at-Large.
A new method for testing urinary tract infections yields more information than what conventional methods can offer, according to new research.
On June 22, 2018 scientists from around the world gathered at Cornell to honor the career of Professor Michael Shuler, whose work in modeling biological systems continues to revolutionize the field of bioengineering and change the way pharmaceutical drugs are developed and tested. Attendees and interested individuals can now relive the celebration by accessing the following media: Photography and Video by Thomas Hoebbel (Opening and keynote; Shuler remarks) News: Symposium honors bioengineering pioneer Mike Shuler . Symposium website
Nine projects were awarded Center for Advanced Technology grants in 2018-2019. The grants are given to faculty members in life sciences fields who partner with a New York state industry for research and development.
Scientists from around the world gathered June 22 to honor the career of Professor Michael Shuler, whose work in modeling biological systems continues to revolutionize the field of bioengineering and change the way pharmaceutical drugs are developed.
More than 500 middle and high school students from across New York gathered at Cornell’s Ithaca campus June 26-28 to participate in workshops taught by Cornell faculty, staff and graduate students during the annual 4-H Career Explorations conference.
Doctoral students in Cornell Engineering’s Commercialization Fellowship are developing tools to compress laser pulses, separate blood plasma and 3D print living tissue.