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CCMR symposium to explore nanoscale spin

CCMR symposium to explore nanoscale spin

May 14, 2014

Recent advances in measuring and controlling nanoscale spin systems is the theme of this year’s Cornell Center for Materials Research symposium, May 20. read more

New battery test center adds zip to New York economy

New battery test center adds zip to New York economy

May 7, 2014

Replacing the gasoline economy with better batteries may be accelerated thanks to unique battery testing capabilities at Cornell, and anchored by a new testing and prototyping center that the... read more

Cornell alum to present the Henri Sack Memorial Lecture

Cornell alum to present the Henri Sack Memorial Lecture

April 23, 2014

The National Ignition Facility (NIF): Pathway to Energy Security and Physics of the Cosmos read more

Cornell synchrotron receives $100M in NSF support

Cornell synchrotron receives $100M in NSF support

April 21, 2014

Cornell High Energy Synchrotron Source has received its requested National Science Foundation grant renewal in full, $100 million over five years, securing the national X-ray facility’s near-term... read more

Cornell Ph.D. to shape U.S. STEM policy

Cornell Ph.D. to shape U.S. STEM policy

April 7, 2014

The American Physical Society has selected its first fellow to send to the Department of Education as part of the new Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math (STEM) Education Policy Fellowship. read more

Memo to Science Nerds: Learn Improv

Memo to Science Nerds: Learn Improv

March 27, 2014

David Muller comments on Alan Alda workshop in "Science" article read more

Greg Fuchs featured in "The Cornell Daily Sun"

Greg Fuchs featured in "The Cornell Daily Sun"

February 27, 2014

The Scientist: Professor Greg Fuchs Looks at Magnetic Moments on the Nanoscale read more

Tiny tool measures heat at the nanoscale

Tiny tool measures heat at the nanoscale

February 26, 2014

Cornell researchers have developed a new way to precisely measure the extremely subtle movement of heat in nanostructures. read more

OSA to launch new gold open-access journal focused on high-impact results

OSA to launch new gold open-access journal focused on high-impact results

February 6, 2014

Optica's editorial operation will be led by Gaeta, along with a renowned editorial board read more

Two faculty receive  Presidential Early Career Awards

Two faculty receive Presidential Early Career Awards

January 8, 2014

Greg Fuchs, assistant professor of applied and engineering physics, and Noah Snavely, assistant professor of computer science, are among 102 winners this year of the Presidential Early Career Awards... read more

Fuchs awarded PECASE

Fuchs awarded PECASE

January 3, 2014

Greg has been honored by President Obama with a Presidential Early Career Award for Scientists and Engineers (PECASE), nominated by the Air Force Office of Scientific Research. read more


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