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Group develops deep, non-invasive imaging of mouse brain

February 22, 2017

Group develops deep, non-invasive imaging of mouse brain

Using an imaging technology he developed at Cornell, applied physics professor Chris Xu and... read more

Brito, Lambert, Yapici, Lancaster receive Sloan Fellowships

February 21, 2017

Brito, Lambert, Yapici, Lancaster receive Sloan Fellowships

Cornell assistant professors Ilana Brito, Guillaume Lambert, Kyle Lancaster and Nilay Yapici have... read more

Assistant Prof Kourkoutis receives NSF CAREER Award

February 10, 2017

Assistant Prof Kourkoutis receives NSF CAREER Award

Lena Kourkoutis, assistant professor and Rebecca Q. and James C. Morgan Sesquicentennial Faculty... read more

Tianyu Wang recieves JenLab Young Investigator Award at Photonics West 2017 

February 10, 2017

Tianyu Wang recieves JenLab Young Investigator Award at Photonics West 2017 

Wang, a Ph.D. candidate in the Xu Group, won the JenLab Young Investigator Award for Best Paper at... read more

Students test Hyperloop pod at SpaceX competition

February 1, 2017

Students test Hyperloop pod at SpaceX competition

An 18-foot-long pod engineered by a team that included Cornell students was put to the test during... read more

Video: Frank Wise Group's Latest Research on Optical Fibers

January 26, 2017

Video: Frank Wise Group's Latest Research on Optical Fibers

Wise’s Group has been researching the propagation of short pulses of light within multimode fibers. read more

Slo-mo unwrapping of nucleosomal DNA probes protein's role

January 11, 2017

Slo-mo unwrapping of nucleosomal DNA probes protein's role

Study probes how DNA unwrapping and the release of protein are linked inside the macromolecular... read more

CHESS facility helps scale up solar cells

December 15, 2016

CHESS facility helps scale up solar cells

Researchers from Cornell and the University of Virginia collaborated at the Cornell High Energy... read more

With CLEO detector gone, CHESS facility looks back, ahead

December 13, 2016

With CLEO detector gone, CHESS facility looks back, ahead

After 30 years and more than 500 peer-reviewed publications, the Cornell High Energy Synchrotron... read more

FEI and Cornell University Collaborate to Commercialize New EMPAD Detector

December 8, 2016

FEI and Cornell University Collaborate to Commercialize New EMPAD Detector

Speed, sensitivity and dynamic range will enable multichannel atomic-scale imaging and analysis of... read more

CornellCast: CHESS-U with Joel Brock

December 6, 2016

CornellCast: CHESS-U with Joel Brock

CHESS Director Joel Brock explains how the lab is undergoing an upgrade to create a higher energy,... read more

The real-time technicolour living brain

November 23, 2016

The real-time technicolour living brain

Nature talks to Chris Xu, AEP professor, and other scientists coming up with innovative ways to get... read more

Take a tour of CHESS with Prof. Joel Brock

November 22, 2016

Take a tour of CHESS with Prof. Joel Brock

AEP Professor Joel Brock gave an impromptu tour of the Cornell High Energy Synchrotron Source... read more

David Muller Featured on PBS NOVA's Treasures of the Earth: Metals

November 15, 2016

David Muller Featured on PBS NOVA's Treasures of the Earth: Metals

Professor David Muller was featured on the PBS NOVA show read more

Faculty honored for excellence in advising, research, teaching

November 11, 2016

Faculty honored for excellence in advising, research, teaching

Twenty-four faculty were honored at the 2016 Excellence in Advising, Research and Teaching Awards. read more

Q&A: Paul McEuen on nanoscience and bridging disciplines

November 2, 2016

Q&A: Paul McEuen on nanoscience and bridging disciplines

Paul McEuen, Director of the Kavli Institute at Cornell discusses pushing nanoscience to the next... read more

Rhodes Symposium will honor emeritus president on his 90th

October 20, 2016

Rhodes Symposium will honor emeritus president on his 90th

The Frank H.T. Rhodes Symposium will celebrate the emeritus president's 90th birthday by bringing... read more

Neurotech symposium on the brain spotlights new discoveries

October 3, 2016

Neurotech symposium on the brain spotlights new discoveries

Researchers plumbing the mysteries of the brain gathered on Sept. 29 to share their discoveries at... read more

Engineers create room-temperature multiferroic material

September 22, 2016

Engineers create room-temperature multiferroic material

Engineers devise, atom-by-atom, a room-temperature magnetoelectric multiferroic out of lutetium... read more

Cornell team to create tool that detects molecules in cosmos

September 22, 2016

Cornell team to create tool that detects molecules in cosmos

To find the detailed building blocks of life in the cosmos, a new instrument will be placed on... read more

Capitalizing on the Magnetic Moment

September 16, 2016

Capitalizing on the Magnetic Moment

Unlike today’s electronic memory, utilizing an electron’s spin means smaller, faster, denser,... read more

Neurotech symposium features Brain Prize winners

September 15, 2016

Neurotech symposium features Brain Prize winners

Some of Cornell's best scientists working on how the brain works will gather Sept. 29 for the... read more

Engineering undergraduate programs rate highly

September 13, 2016

Engineering undergraduate programs rate highly

US News and World Report ranks Cornell Engineering's undergraduate program #9 in the nation read more