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Cornell Laboratory for Atomic and Solid State Physics

Physicists crack science of ice formation

ice crystals

Matthew Warkentin, Robert Thorne and James Sethna have published the first molecular-level understanding of exactly how solutes slow down ice formation with implications in fields ranging from clim

Cornell Remembers Robert Richardson

Professor of physics Robert Richardson passed away in Ithaca on February 19.

Séamus Davis images Nematic Transport in Underdoped HTc Superconductors

Scientists studying high-temperature superconductivity know that the introduction of dopant atoms leads to the development of superconductive behavior.

Collective Motion in Mosh Pits

Photo credit: Ulrike Biets

Itai Cohen along with PhD students Jesse Silverberg and Matt Bierbaum are researching emergent phenomena in human behavior.

Kyle Shen Studies Electronic Structure of Ferromagnetic Strontium Ruthenates

Ferromagnetic Strontium Ruthenates

Professor of physics Kyle Shen, working with other researchers has performed the first first high-resolution Angle-resolved photoemission spectroscopy (ARPES) measurements of strontium ruthenate.


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