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Salman Avestimehr

Salman Avestimehr answers questions like "How much information can a wireless network transmit?" More

Peter Frazier

Peter Frazier solves information collection problems. He is working with researchers at Georgetown University to find a drug that can stop Ewing's sarcoma from metastasizing. More

David Bindel

By modeling MEMS, David Bindel is helping circuit designers integrate other mechanical components important for signal processing into chip production. More

Hadas Kress-Gazit

Hadas Kress-GazitHadas Kress-Gazit wants to know how to make robots do what they are supposed to. More

Delphine Gourdon

Delphine Gourdon looks to nature as her guide when developing materials to improve the human condition. More

Ashutosh Saxena

Ashutosh Saxena teaches robots to operate autonomously in new, uncertain environments. More

Graphene Grains

Graphene sheets are atomic patchwork quilts. More

Universal robotic gripper

Researchers develop universal robotic gripper. More

Christopher Hernandez

If you get some cracks in the bone, some cells will come in and repair it. That‰s how we think most of us can survive our whole lives without ever breaking a bone. More

Christopher Batten

What I'm trying to do is create a true general-purpose data-parallel unit. I want to tightly integrate these two pieces so that it's one elegant whole, not two pieces bolted together. More

Nate Foster

It's fun to take something complicated and understand it by breaking it down into things you understand. More

Calling on Cornell Curiousity

Students find energy-saving solutions for Verizon. More

Craig Fennie

Craig Fennie investigates how architecture determines the multifunctional properties of inorganic materials. More

David Muller

David Muller receives Provost's Award for Distinguished Scholarship. More

Leadership Laboratory

A primer on systems engineering More