Congratulations to the BEE 2014 NSF Grad Fellowship winners: David Flannelly (Aristilde), Juan Guzman (Angenent), Lauren Harroff (Angenent), Leo Kucek (Angenet), Erin Menzies (Todd Walter), Krisy Perano (Gebremedhin), and Amy Pochodylo (Aristilde).
Seven College of Agriculture and Life Sciences faculty members participated in an event created as a fun way to get to know young faculty, including BEE's Minglin Ma, and their research March 19. Read more
Eight of Cornell’s graduate engineering fields, three computer science specialties and five other science areas were ranked in the top 10 in U.S. News and World Reports’ 2015 “Best Graduate Schools,” released March 11. Cornell Law School earned the top spot for its diverse student body. Read more
Sometimes the best things really do come in small packages. Minglin Ma, a new assistant professor of biological and environmental engineering, is hoping to package cells in novel ways to provide new therapies for diseases like Type 1 diabetes and cancer. Read more
To help farmers keep dairy cows cool, Cornell engineers are collaborating on a research project, based on the concept of conductive cooling, that could provide an alternative to fans, misters and sprinklers. Read more
Climate change is one of the most pressing issues of our time, and dozens of courses at Cornell explore the many facets of a warming world - from impacts on farming and food, to sustainable energy to replace fossil fuels, to the slow response of governments worldwide. Read more