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Jeevak Parpia's Superfluid Polka Dots

Exotic behaviors emerge in atoms when cooled to near absolute zero, a temperature so cold that atoms cease their jittery movement.

Brad Ramshaw Receives a Alfred P. Sloan Fellowship

Assistant professors Jeremy Baskin, Song Lin and Brad Ramshaw have been named recipients of

Cohen and McEuen's Wirelessly Powered NanoBots

"When I was a kid, I remember looking in a microscope, and seeing all this crazy stuff going on. Now we're building stuff that's active at that size. We don't just have to watch this world.

Paul McEuen Plays Cornell Alma Mater on Nano-Sized Guitar

“We were the first to make a vibrating one-atom-thick graphene sheet that was, in essence, a drum,” McEuen says. “We also made the world’s first nanotube guitar.

Eun-Ah Kim's Machine Learning and Understanding Quantum Emergence in Nature

Eun-Ah Kim's research using machine learning to find meaningful patterns in quantumn matter experimental data was recognized in Nature's News.

 

Veit Elser, Sol Gruner, and David Muller Claim Guinness World Record

Position-averaged diffraction pattern of the 4D dataset from monolayer MoS2

Sol Gruner, former director of the Cornell High Energy Synchrotron Source, said he’d always dreamed of making the Guinness grade, but didn’t figure microscopy would be his ticket to fame.

Eun-Ah Kim's Group High Precision Work Fetaured in physicsworld

Physicsworld recently published a research update which featured the work done by Eun-Ah Kim's group on understanding the many body localization phases that can arise in quantum systems.

Jie Shan and Kin Fai Mak Share Their History about Sharing Their Lab

Shan Mak Group

Jie Shan, professor of applied and engineering physics in the College of Engineering, and Kin Fai Mak, assistant professor of physics in the College of Arts and Sc

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