Paul McEuen, Director of the Kavli Institute at Cornell discusses pushing nanoscience to the next level Read more
Selected news pieces highlighting accomplishments of the School of Applied and Engineering Physics faculty, students and alumni.
The Frank H.T. Rhodes Symposium will celebrate the emeritus president's 90th birthday by bringing two noted scholars to discuss his contributions to paleontology and Darwin studies. Read more
Researchers plumbing the mysteries of the brain gathered on Sept. 29 to share their discoveries at the inaugural Cornell Neurotech Mong Family Foundation Symposium in the Biotechnology Building. Read more
To find the detailed building blocks of life in the cosmos, a new instrument will be placed on NASA’s SOFIA – the airliner-based Stratospheric Observatory for Infrared Astronomy - by Professor Gordon Stacey. Read more
Engineers devise, atom-by-atom, a room-temperature magnetoelectric multiferroic out of lutetium iron oxide, a discovery that could lead to advances in computer memory technology. Read more
Guillaume Lambert, a Sesquicentennial Faculty Fellow in Applied and Engineering Physics, has developed a rapid, low-cost diagnostic system for the Zika virus. Read more
Two faculty members received a Presidential Early Career Award for Scientists and Engineers, the highest honor bestowed by the U.S. government on young science and engineering professionals. Read more