Science Blender Podcast
We hear about scientific advancements all the time, but science is a process driven by people, and we rarely hear about the stories behind these discoveries. In each episode of Science Blender, we dive deep into the human side of research, as a large part of a scientist’s work and career. We will explore what it takes to develop cutting edge research, the ups and downs of the research process, and the broader impact of scientific work. Science Blender is a production made possible as a Robert Frederick Smith Initiative from the Smith School of Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering at Cornell University.
Faisal Alkhannan Alkaabneh was the very first student accepted into Cornell Engineering’s Systems Ph.D. program when it was approved in 2016. “I was already at Cornell, working toward a doctorate in...Read more about Ph.D. Spotlight: Faisal Alkhannan Alkaabneh
For Sofia Villacreses, who lived in Ecuador until she emigrated to NYC, the plan for college had been modest. But as two years of community college drew to a close, her friends pointed out her potential.Read more about Scholarship gives Sofia Villacreses ’19 a shot at Cornell