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The Cornell NanoScale Science & Technology Facility Newsletter is available in PDF format -- just follow the links below.

Click here to get your free Adobe Reader Program, Adobe Acrobat Reader. OR If you would like either a hard copy of the newsletter or an emailed PDF, contact Ms. Melanie-Claire Mallison and let her know you'd like to be put on our mailing OR email list to receive the NanoMeter!

Welcome to the 2018 Spring Edition NanoMeter; 2018cnfNM_v27n1.pdf

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    Welcome to the 2018 Spring Edition of the CNF NanoMeter; Directors’ Column
    Understanding Nanocatalysts' 'Talk' Could Better Inform Design
    Novel Semiconductor-Superconductor Structure Features Versatile Gallium Nitride
    Physicists Take First Step Toward Cell-Sized Robots
    Nanotech: New Materials, Biology Studies; Inside Christopher Ober’s Lab
    First Proof of Hydrogen-Bonded Water Wires Could Lead to Better Desalination
    Controlling Ultra-High Speed Electron Tunneling Waves
    Announcing the CNF-Fraunhofer IPMS Partnership (URL)
    SAVE THE DATE! CNF 2018 Annual Meeting (URL)
    2018 CNF Annual Meeting Plenary Speaker, Professor Cyrus Mody
    REGISTER NOW! CNF Short Course: Technology & Characterization at the Nanoscale (CNF TCN, URL)
    2018, CNF, KEP & PARADIM REU Programs  (URL)
    CNF Outreach Events & Kudos (URL)

    Xing & Jena Cover
    Victor Aguilar
    Lynden Archer

    Yield Engineering Systems Image Reversal Oven
    New CNFUsers Website
    Recommissioning of the Plasma-Therm 720/740 RIE System
    Newly Developed Metal Etch Processes at CNF
    A Comparison of Silicon and Germanium Deep Reactive Ion Etching and its Application to X-Ray Optics

    Our M&M cover was the inspiration of our director,  Christopher Ober,
    made real by Melanie-Claire Mallison’s shopping skills and Don Tennant’s photography skills. The CNF staff enjoyed eating up the evidence! Yes--those are real M&Ms! (Or... N&Ms..) The background for this issue harkens back to last year’s 40th anniversary with a device image from the NNF years, above. The photographs in this book were primarily provided by the author(s), but also by University Photography or CNF Staff. The NanoMeter is formatted by Melanie-Claire Mallison, and is printed on 30% post-consumer content paper using soy-based inks. We welcome your comments. Please reduce, reuse, and recycle!

    Reminder to Submit to CNF User Wiki;
    Dear CNF Community: Please remember to share your process and recipe updates on the CNF User Wiki. wiki.cnfusers.cornell.edu

    NNCI Introductory Video;
    The National Nanotechnology Infrastructure Network (NNIN) has a new video on YouTube that provides an overview of the network and its resources. https://youtu.be/72ZXh-ESt3U



2017CNF_NMv26n1.pdf   2017_CNF-NM_v26n2.pdf (40th Anniversary Issue)

2016CNF_NMv25n1.pdf   2016CNF_NMv25n2.pdf

CNF_2015NMv24n1.pdf  ••  CNF_2015NMv24n2.pdf   ••   2014CNFnm_V23N1.pdf  ••  2014CNFnm_V23N2.pdf

2013CNFnmV22N2.pdf      2013CNFnmV22N1.pdf      2012CNFnm_V21N2.pdf      2012CNFnmV21N1.pdf (35th Anniversary Issue)

2011CNFnmV20N1.pdf    2011CNFnmV20N2.pdf    2010CNFnmV19N1.pdf    2010CNFnmV19N2.pdf    2009CNFNMv18n1.pdf    2009CNFnmV18N2.pdf

Winter 2007-2008    Spring 2007, 30th Anniversary Edition    Winter 2006    Spring 2006  

Special Issue on New Capabilities, 2004    March 2004    September 2003    May 2003    January 2003    Summer 2002

Fall 2001    Summer 2001    Spring 2001    May 2000    July 1999    March 1999    October 1998

First Issue of the NanoMeter, January 1989

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