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Cornell Engineering Magazine
The winter 2022 issue of Cornell Engineering Magazine is now available. Inside you'll find research news, awards and honors, and the following feature stories:
A message from Lynden Archer, the Joseph Silbert Dean of Engineering, about the Cornell Engineering 2030 Strategic Plan.
Short updates and news blurbs featuring Cornell Engineering faculty and students.
Cornell dots, originally developed 16 years ago in the lab of Professor Uli Wiesner, have just begun human clinical trials as a cancer therapeutic. Included in this feature is a video and animation illustrating how Cornell dots work.
From 'cold spray' printing to additive manufacturing for living tissue to concrete, Cornell engineers are advancing the field of 3D printing in incredible ways.
IBM researcher Kush Varshney ’04 is helping to power the global “data-for-good” movement. He is the founding co-director of IBM Science for Social Good, an initiative focused on artificial intelligence for social impact.
Two-thirds of all commercial aviation flights are powered by engines for which Mohamed Ali, Ph.D. ’97, is responsible. Ali discusses his journey from mechanical engineering student, to research scientist, to VP at GE Aviation.
Print copies of Cornell Engineering Magazine are not being mailed at this time, but the magazine is available in PDF format.
Back issues are archived on the Cornell Engineering website.