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- SAVE THE DATE, 2017 CNF TCN
- Submit to the wiki.cnfusers.cornell.edu
- Welcome to the 2016 Fall Edition of the CNF NanoMeter
- NIH Provides $2.3M Grant for FeverPhone Development
- Cancer Cells’ Ability to Self-Repair May Spawn New Treatments
- Tech Tools to Tackle Global Health Problems
- Researcher’s Chiral Graphene Stacks Break New Ground
- Graphene Used as a Frequency Mixer in Cornell-Led Research
- Surface Mutation Lets Canine Parvovirus Jump to Other Species
- Electrical Properties of Superconductor Altered by ‘Stretching’
- A Miniaturized Sensor That Can Measure Chemistry On A Chip
- StartUp CNF
- 2016 CNF & PARADIM REU PROGRAMS
- CNF Receives Additional NSF Award to Develop Globally Aware Scientists
- 2015 CNF Whetten Memorial Award Winner: Kathryn L. McGill
- CNF Ambassador Outreach Program Starts Strong
- Community News
- New Probe Station Donation from Everbeing International
- CNF Installs New KLA-Tencor P-7 Stylus Profilometer
- New Micromolding Capabilities with SU-8-Based Materials are Available
- Electron-Beam Evaporator Upgrades
Photograph & Format Credits
The cover image for this issue is from “Biomimetic Models of the Tumor Microenvironment and Angiogenesis”; CNF Project Number: 1540-07; Principal Investigators: Claudia Fischbach-Teschl, Abraham D. Stroock; Users: Peter DelNero, Lu Ling, John Morgan; Affiliation: Nancy E. and Peter C. Meinig School of Biomedical Engineering, Cornell University; Websites: ww.fischbachlab.org, www.stroockgroup.org. Figure 2: Confocal micrograph of microfluidic biomaterials using lithographically patterned collagen gels. The background for this issue is an extreme close-up of the same image!
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