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Ansys Collaborates to Offer Online Learning with Cornell
Ansys and Cornell University join forces to create a dynamic engineering curriculum, enabling engineering students to master simulation.
Engineering a Robotic Smart Home Interface
Designing a new robotic home personal assistant is a mix of CAD, human modeling and 3D printing.
Simulation and Nanotechnology
What’s new in nanotechnology, what’s changed and where you can go for more.
Cornell University Offers an Option for Rapider Prototyping
A research team at Cornell University has developed a new option for building and modifying prototypes.
3D Printing Advances Stem Cell Research
Researchers have developed an improved method for build embryonic stem cells from scratch with 3D printing.
A New Take on Rapid Prototyping
A collaboration between Cornell University and the Hasso Plattner Institute has resulted in a system that could reduce costs for rapid prototyping.
Engineering Education: Learning the “Black Box”
Professors and employers discuss the role of software in STEM education.

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