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McGill & Silverberg present Soft Matters

Soft Matters: Talking Physics, Talking Life

LASSP PhD candidates Katie McGill and Jesse Silverberg have launched a video series with interviews of Cornell faculty.

BRAIN Initiative Featured in the Sun

Today, 11/20, the Cornell Sun ran an article about the BRAIN initiative.

Symposium to Honor Ken Wilson on November 16

Ken Wilson Symposium

A memorial symposium to celebrate Nobel laureate Ken Wilson’s scientific achievements will be held Saturday, Nov. 16, in Schwartz Auditorium, Rockefeller Hall, beginning at 9 a.m.

Sethna describes how scientific theories work

Sloppy Models

Overwhelmed by the infinite complexities of how physics or life or economics work?

Itai Cohen's work featured in Cornell Daily Sun

Cohen featured in Daily Sun

Prof Itai Cohen talks with Somrita Banerjee of the Cornell Sun about recent unexpected discoveries in crystal growth.

Andreas Hermann and Neil Ashcroft theorize properties of astatine

Astatine ground-state Cmca structure

Andreas Hermann and Neil Ashcroft along with Roald Hoffmann from chemistry have developed a theory describing the properties of astatine.

Tomas Arias part of "Flipped Classroom" project

Prof Tomas Arias is part of a pilot project that flips the typical lecture/homework classroom.

Memorial service for Robert Richardson held July 13

Robert Richardson

A memorial service for physicist Robert Richardson was held July 13 in Sage Chapel.

Séamus Davis Images Electron Pairing in a Simple Magnetic Superconductor

superconducting electron pairs

In the search for understanding how some magnetic materials can be transformed to carry electric current with no energy loss, scientists at the U.S.

Eun-Ah Kim and Paul McEuen discover 'electrical highways' in graphene

Three dark field-transmission electron microscopy images of bilayer graphene are overlaid with colors to show diffraction angles.

LASSP faculty Eun-Ah Kim and Paul McEuen are taking two approaches to understanding bilayer graphene and its potential as a semiconductor.

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