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Jeffrey Moses joins faculty of AEP

Jeffrey Moses wants to look at things that can barely be seen; specifically, events that happen in under a trillionth of a second. More

Former AEP student Ray Li going places

Ray Li invents electronic musical instrument, the Aura More

Cornell University’s Fennie, Nirenberg named MacArthur Fellows

Craig Fennie, assistant professor of applied and engineering physics at Cornell University, and Sheila Nirenberg, associate professor of physiology and biophysics at Weill Cornell Medical College, are among this year’s 24 MacArthur Fellows More

Wise group participate in the University U program

Wise group teaches 80 eighth-and ninth-grade students from rural areas of New York to build crystal radios More

Gaeta group develops time/space cloaking

Cornell physicists breakthrough in "cloaking" technology earns them a spot in Discover's Top 100 Stories of 2012! More

Craig Fennie Interviewed at White House

Craig Fennie of AEP, speaks at the White House after being selected for Presidential Early Career Award for Scientists and Engineers (PECASE) Winners More

Now you see it, now you didn’t: Cloaking a moment in time

The trick is to create a gap in the beam of light, have the hidden event occur as the gap goes by and then stitch the beam back together More

Graphene to propel mechanical device technology forward

Cornell ENG Magazine article highlights AEP More

Flying High

ENG magazine covers story on two Cornell faculty members among this year’s 48 winners of the Air Force Young Investigator
Research Program. More

Cornell synchrotron gets support from U.S. Sen. Charles Schumer

U.S. Sen. Charles Schumer visited campus with some welcome news: Cornell's world-renowned synchrotron X-ray facility will continue being funded. More