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Xiangkun (Elvis) Cao presents research at New York Academy of Sciences

“Application of Smartphone Technology in Food Safety” at the Journey Through Science Day in New York City on September 18th. More

Welcome Andrej Singer

“By the time I was in high school I started to see the beauty of mathematical theorems and proofs.” More

Welcome Jeff Rzeszotarski

He wants to help people unpack complex data so that anyone—even novices—can make sense of it and use what they learn to make their lives better. More

Xiangkun (Elvis) Cao, a Ph.D. student in Professor Erickson’s lab, wins Best Poster Award

for FeverPhone Research at the ACLS International Summer School 2017 in Singapore. More

Things You Can Do With an Extra Robotic Arm

Professor Hoffman's lab asked “What would you use a wearable robotic third arm for?” More

What goes on in there? A visit to Cornell’s Nanoscale Science and Technology Facility

A guided tour of Cornell's CNF, which in 2017 will celebrate 40 years of operations at the very edge of nanoscale science and technology. More

Inside Look: M.Eng. Degree in Materials Science and Engineering

An inside look at what it’s like to earn a Master of Engineering (M.Eng.) in materials science and engineering at Cornell. More

Sophia Rocco: Hoping to make the world a better place through a potential renewable energy source

When she was looking at graduate schools, physics major Sophia Rocco, thought she would be in a materials science program bridging her interests in electricity and magnetism and novel materials for solar cells. More

The Laboratory of Plasma Studies: Uncovering mysteries of high energy density plasma physics

In the basement of Grumman Hall, an x-ray pulse produced by a hot, dense plasma – an ionized gas – lasting only fractions of a microsecond both begins and ends an experiment. Hidden within that fraction of time lies a piece of a puzzle—data that graduate students and staff scientists at the Laboratory of Plasma Studies (LPS) will use to better understand the mysterious physics behind inertial confinement fusion. More

Networking opens new doors for Commercialization Fellow

One key insight helped Mitchell Ishmael, Ph.D. ‘17, make a shift in his research, leading to opportunities wtih NEXUS-NY and the U.S. DOE’s Innovation Crossroads. More