Kayla Nguyen '18 was awarded the $15,000 “Use it!” Lemelson-MIT Student Prize Graduate Winner for developing the Electron Microscope Pixel Array Detector (EMPAD) and Low-Cost airSTEM
Applied physicists have demonstrated a technique for engineering key optical properties of diamond defects, providing a new tool to explore quantum mechanics.
The NSF Graduate Research Fellowship Program recognizes and supports outstanding graduate students in NSF-supported science, technology, engineering, and mathematics disciplines who are pursuing research-based Master's and doctoral degrees at accredited United States institutions.
The Cornell NanoScale Science and Technology Facility has entered into a partnership with the Fraunhofer Institute for Photonics Microsystems, which will help small companies speed up their R&D process.
The Microscopy Society of America (MSA) announced today its 2018 major award winners, including AEP Assistant Professor Lena Kourkoutis for the Burton Medal.
A collaboration of two Cornell research groups has proposed a novel method for producing groups of same-sized nanoparticles, known as 'magic-sized clusters,' which have applications in optical memory storage and lighting.
Scientists at Cornell revealed a technique to “sew” two patches of crystals seamlessly together to create atomically thin fabrics.
A research group led by Debdeep Jena of electrical and chemical engineering has successfully constructed a semiconductor-superconductor heterostructure that could help change electronics.
Recent work from the lab of Lena Kourkoutis, assistant professor of applied and engineering physics, describes a new approach to characterizing and understanding exotic charge-ordered phases in a manganite.