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Self-assembling 3D battery would charge in seconds

Uli Wiesner and collaborators have developed a block copolymer self-assembled 3D energy storage architecture that could help change the way batteries are constructed.

Two named 2018 Kaplan Faculty Fellows for service-learning work

Two Cornell faculty members were awarded the 2018 Kaplan Family Distinguished Faculty Fellowship on April 24.

Cornell says farewell to Puerto Rican students

Students from the University of Puerto Rico said goodbye to Cornell faculty and staff at a May 7 reception.

Cornell partners with Italian universities, automakers on ‘vehicle intelligence’

Cornell has teamed with the University of Bologna to establish the Cornell-Bologna Center for Vehicle Intelligence.

Water-powered spacecraft displayed at NASA Tech Day

Cornell’s CubeSat, a water propelled spacecraft weighing less than 25 pounds, was on display May 9 at NASA’s Technology Day on Capitol Hill. 

Cornellians pitch in to update federal flood guide

The U.S. Geological Survey’s “Guidelines for Determining Flood Flow Frequency” has been updated, thanks to a large group of Cornellians.

Two Cornell-related teams chosen as ‘Reimagine the Canals’ finalists

Two Cornell teams are finalists in the Reimagine the Canals competition, a $2.5 million New York state contest that aspires to return the 200-year-old Erie Canal into an economic catalyst and tourism hotspot.

3D printed telegraph matches Cornell’s original, down to the screws

A reproduction of the Cornell's 1844 telegraph took 10 straight days to 3D print in Mann Library.

Women in STEM event to address gender pay gap, overcoming barriers

The fifth Empowering Women in Science and Engineering symposium will be held Wednesday, May 23, in Stocking Hall.