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Annual CCMR Symposium – Frontiers in Polymer Synthesis

The 2015 CCMR Symposium took place on May 19 on the Ithaca campus. It gathered 183 attendees from industry and academia. Representatives of nineteen companies networked with Cornell faculty..... Read More

Cooking up three atom-thick electronic sheets

From Cornell Chronicle article by Anne Ju
Making thin films out of semiconducting materials is analogous to how ice grows on a windowpane: When the conditions are just right,.... Read More

NSF grant to fund ‘revolutionary’ electron microscope

A first-of-its-kind electron microscope, which will allow materials to be studied in their natural environments using an electron beam focused down to a subatomic spot, is coming to Cornell..... Read More

High-temperature superconductor ‘fingerprint’ found

Theorists and experimentalists working together at Cornell may have found the answer to a major challenge in condensed matter physics: identifying the smoking gun of why “unconventional”..... Read More

The Cornell Center for Materials Research Announces Spring 2015 JumpStart Funded Companies

Ithaca, NY - The Cornell Center for Materials Research JumpStart program, funded by Empire State Development’s Division of Science, Technology and Innovation (NYSTAR)..... Read More

Metglas’ First Ryusuke Hasegawa Graduate Fellow!

Metglas, Inc., the world's leading producer of Amorphous Metal Foil (www.metglas.com) is pleased to welcome the first Ryusuke Hasegawa Graduate Fellow: David Kemmenoe.... Read More

The Cornell Center for Materials Research Announces Fall 2014 JumpStart Project Recipients

Ithaca, NY - The Cornell Center for Materials Research JumpStart program, funded by Empire State Development’s Division of Science, Technology and Innovation (NYSTAR), is designed..... Read More

The Perfect Atom Sandwich Requires an Extra Layer

Like the perfect sandwich, a perfectly engineered thin film for electronics requires not only the right ingredients, but also just the right thickness of each ingredient in the desired order..... Read More

In a Superconductor, Everything Happens at Once

Scientists are closing in on the secret recipe for high-temperature superconductors. The secret ingredients are still unknown, but new research at Cornell and Brookhaven National Laboratory has revealed..... Read More

2014 CCMR Symposium, Understanding and Controlling Spins at the Nanoscale

On May 20, the CCMR held its 2014 symposium. It focused on Spin Control and commercial applications such as the next generation of MRAM. Dr. Albert Fert, 2007 Nobel Prize in Physics..... Read More

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