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Career Explorations puts future in 4-H'ers hands

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.

Decade-long galaxy survey releases final catalog

The last data release and final official survey paper from the Arecibo Legacy Fast ALFA survey, a 13-year project led by Cornell astronomers, has just been published.

New tech may revolutionize NY wastewater treatment

Biological Energy, a company based in Ithaca, has developed technology that has the potential to revolutionize wastewater treatment.

NASA awards its highest honor to Yervant Terzian

NASA has announced it will award the Distinguished Public Service Medal, its highest honor, to astronomer Yervant Terzian, the Tisch Distinguished Professor Emeritus.

Silberstein wins DOE grant to study polymer membranes

Meredith Silberstein, assistant professor in the Department of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering, will receive $150,000 a year over the next five years through a Department of Energy early-career program.

Commercialization Fellows explore market for inventions

Doctoral students in Cornell Engineering’s Commercialization Fellowship are developing tools to compress laser pulses, separate blood plasma and 3D print living tissue.

Collaboration yields discovery of 12-sided silica cages

A cross-campus collaboration led by materials science professor Uli Wiesner results in visual confirmation of 12-sided, nanoscale cage structures, which could have medical diagnostic and therapeutic applications.

‘Elegant’ design could lead to more powerful, safer lithium metal battery

A group led by chemical engineering professor Lynden Archer and Snehashis Choudhury, Ph.D. '18, proposes a new way to think about the electrolyte structure of a lithium metal battery. 

Biomedical engineer Ilana Brito named a Pew Scholar

Ilana Brito, assistant professor of biomedical engineering, has been named a Pew Scholar in the Biomedical Sciences. Brito will receive a four-year, $300,000 grant to further her study of the human microbiome.