The School of Applied and Engineering Physics boasts one of the premier applied physics research programs in the world as well as the country's premier undergraduate engineering physics program.
Our faculty members, their research groups, and the quality of our educational programs and graduates are all internationally recognized.
A recent paper published in Science Robotics featured the revolutionary work from the Cohen, McEuen, Muller, and Arias labs. Learn more in this Cornell Chronicle summary.
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“COMPOSITION-DEPENDENT THERMODYNAMIC INTRACELLULAR PHASE SEPARATION” Dr. Joshua Riback Postdoctoral Fellow, Princeton University Intracellular bodies such as nucleoli, Cajal bodies and various...
Read more about AEP Faculty Candidate Seminar: Dr. Joshua Riback, Princeton University
How do bacteria continue to evade death by antibiotics? Guillaume Lambert applies physics to the task of discovering how. A physicist by training, Lambert uses his physicist’s tool kit to pursue...
Read more about Guillaume Lambert featured in Cornell Research