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John Heron, Dan Ralph, and Darrell Schlom make a breakthrough in instant-on computing

conceptual illustration of magnetization reversal

John Heron, a postdoc in Dan Ralph and Darrell Schlom's research groups, has made a breakthrough in room-temperature magnetoelectric memory device.

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Tomás Arias - Active Learning Initiative is taking teaching into the future

Tomas Arias

Prof Tomás Arias is the physics lead for the Active Learning Initiative (ALI) in the College of Arts and Sciences.

Ashcroft's work on superconductivity leads to record breaking high temperature

By Julien Bobroff (user:Jubobroff), Frederic Bouquet (user:Fbouquet), Jeffrey Quilliam, LPS, Orsay, France

Prof Neil Ashcroft's work on the superconducting potential of hydrogen compounds has led to a record breaking high temperature superconductor.

Katie McGill featured on Kavli Institute's new blog

Curious Stardust blog

Curious Stardust, the new Kavli Institute blog, is comprised of a team of scientists from 11 Kavli Institutes reflecting on work in and around astrophysics, nano

Eric Betzig '88 and William Moerner '82 awarded 2014 Nobel Prize in Chemistry

2014 Nobel Prize in Chemistry

The 2014 Nobel Prize in Chemistry was awarded jointly to Eric Betzig, AEP ’88, William E. Moerner, Physics ’82, and Stefan W.

Seamus Davis receives Investigator award from Gordon and Betty Moore Foundation

The Gordon and Betty Moore Foundation has selected nineteen Moore Experimental Investigators in Quantum Materials, including J.C. Seamus Davis.

Memorial Service for Dean Emeritus Geoffrey Chester Scheduled for 9/20

Geoffrey Chester

Geoffrey V. Chester, professor emeritus of physics and dean emeritus of Cornell’s College of Arts and Sciences, died June 27 at age 86 in Ithaca.

Jane Wang develops simulation to study how fruit flies sense and react during flight

fruit fly physics

Jane Wang used simulations of fruit fly flight to uncover how fast they must sense and react to maintain balance.

Itai Cohen's origami research featured in New York Times

Miura-ori by Koryo Miura

Itai Cohen’s research into origami mechanics and reprogammable materials has led to articles this week in Science and the

Davis group reveals that magnetism makes Cooper pairs

Quasiparticle interference imaging of heavy fermions reveals the momentum-space structure of the f-electron magnetism in CeCoIn5.

Séamus Davis's group have finally supplied the first experimental proof that magnetic interactions mediate Cooper pairs.


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