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Kyle Shen and Darrell Schlom Alter Electrical Propeties of Sr2RuO4 Through Strain

(a)–(d) Fermi surface maps and (e)–(h) spectral weight along the (0,ky) direction

In the early 1970s, in the basement of Clark Hall, the Cornell team of professors David Lee and Robert Richardson, along with then-graduate student Douglas Osheroff, first observed superfluid heliu

Séamus Davis's Group detect Cooper pair density waves

 Graphic depiction of a periodic variation in the density of Cooper pairs (pairs of blue arrows pointing up and down) across the surface of a cuprate superconductor.

The prediction was that “Cooper pairs” of electrons in a superconductor could exist in two possible states.

Science Goes to the Movies hosts Mukund Vengalattore

Mukung Vengalattore - Science goes to the Movies

In episode #204 of Science Goes to the Movies, series co-hosts Dr.

LASSP faculty play role in founding Cornell Neurotech

The Cornell Neurotech collaboration was born from humble beginnings when several faculty members began meeting informally in the Physical Sciences Building to discuss their work and share research

Dr Mohammad Hamidian wins the Lee Osheroff Richardson Science Prize

Dr Hamidian - 2016 Lee Osheroff Richardson Science Prize Winner

Early in his PhD at Cornell University (Ithaca, NY, USA), Dr Hamidian took on the challenge of developing an ultra-low vibration milliKelvin stage based upon an Oxford Instruments custom-designed v

Gruner and Sethna part group that developes the first self-assembled superconductor

self assembled superconductor

Sol Gruner and James Sethna are part of a collaboration that has created the first self-assembled, three-dimensional gyroidal superconductor.

Ryan Badman joins grad student amadassadors engaging kids in nanotech

CNF nanotech demonstration - Lindsay France/University Photography

Ryan Badman has joined with other grad students in physics and engineering to engage school kids in nanoscience as part of the Cornell NanoScale Science and Technology Facility.

Cohen group reveals the secret of the Oobleck

Shear thickening

Neil Lin and Itai Cohen, along with researchers from the University of Edinburgh, have come up with a unique experiment to explain why shear thickening happens.


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