Section: Archived News Stories


Polymer breakthrough could revolutionize water purification Thumb
The science of Febreze may help purify water.
10 Start-Ups to Watch Thumb

10 Start-Ups to Watch

November 2, 2015 ›
NOHMs Technologies named one of the "10 Start-Ups to Watch" by Chemical and Engineering News.
A new generation of engineers Thumb

A new generation of engineers

October 15, 2015 ›
Learn how the College of Engineering is retooling its curriculum to pull back the curtain and usher engineers into the forefront.
Chemist Will Dichtel earns MacArthur 'Genius Award' Thumb
Dichtel is pioneering the assembly of molecules into stable, high surface-area networks with potential applications in electronic, optical, and energy storage devices.
Cornell dots research collaboration leads to $10M cancer center Thumb
Cornell research collaboration will focus on skin and brain cancer by connecting the dots.
Cornell spinoff Novomer receives national award Thumb
Cornell based research start-up receives recognition from American Chemical Society
Fleming gift creates graduate fellowships in biomolecular engineering Thumb
Trustee Emeritus Sam Fleming '62 and his wife, Nancy Fleming, made a $5 million gift to create new graduate fellowships in the School of Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering.
Polymer mold makes perfect silicon nanostructures Thumb
Using molds to shape things is as old as humanity.
Two researchers awarded Department of Defense grants Thumb
Partnerships created from DOD grants
Better batteries to break dependence on fossil fuels Thumb
Professor Abruña reminds us that we are nowhere near ready to solve the energy problem by separating paper from plastic.