This is a collection of Annual Reports from the Office of the Vice Provost for Research.

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  • Annual Report 2007 - Emerging Dimensions: Research at Cornell 

    Unknown author (Office of the Vice Provost for Research, 2007)
    The imagination and energy of the Cornell faculty are impressive. Because of the faculty’s peerless drive, Cornell is witnessing a broadening of its already rich, distinctive legacy in the physical sciences and engineering, ...
  • Annual Report 2006 - Distinctive, Dynamic Cutting-Edge: Research at Cornell 

    Unknown author (Cornell University Office of the Vice Provost for Research, 2006)
    The past year has been highlighted by progress on numerous fronts across the university. Energies of faculty, staff, and students have been directed toward new ideas, new actions, and new facilities. It has been a time of ...
  • Annual Report 2001 - Research at Cornell 

    Unknown author (Cornell University Office of the Vice Provost for Research, 2001)
    The Cornell faculty is a remarkable group of people. During the past year they have continued to express their innovative dreams in proposals that address an astonishing variety of fields in the natural and social sciences. ...
  • Annual Report 2002 - Research at Cornell 

    Unknown author (Cornell University Office of the Vice Provost for Research, 2002)
    The research enterprise of Cornell University has been exceptionally successful in the past year. Cornell attracted a record level of funding with increases in sponsored support in all of our colleges. Moreover, the two ...
  • Annual Report 2003 - Scaling New Heights: Research at Cornell 

    Unknown author (Cornell University Office of the Vice Provost for Research, 2003)
    Cornell's research enterprise continues to be very healthy and vibrant. Especially noteworthy is our success in major astronomy projects and in obtaining significant new grants in nanotechnology. Our research funding ...
  • Annual Report 2004 - A Distinctive Edge: Research at Cornell 

    Unknown author (Cornell University Office of the Vice Provost for Research, 2004)
    Duffield Hall, the remarkable new facility for advanced engineering technology, became fully functional in October. The Mars mission continued to produce important new results. The Cassini mission to Saturn returned ...
  • Annual Report 2005 - Halls of Preeminence: Research at Cornell 

    Unknown author (Cornell University Office of the Vice Provost for Research, 2005)
    The state of research at Cornell remains vibrant and vital. This report deals with an issue of significant national importance: the role of the research university in the nation?s economic health. The report recommends ...

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