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Table of Contents
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- Cornell, Air Force to Study 'Disruptive Material' in New Center
- Engineers Create 'Lifelike' Material with Artificial Metabolism
- Nanobots That Can Do Just about Anything
- Nanoscale Guitar String 'Executes a Complex Dance'
- Polka Dot Pattern Upends Superfluid Hypothesis
- PRAXIS Center: New Cornell Center to Give Engineering Startups a Boost
- Fine-Tuning Photons to Capture Fleeting Electron Motions
- Xallent LLC Thrilled to Announce First Sale of DARIUS and SAKYIWA Nanoprobers
CNF NEWS & OUTREACH
- CNF Director of Operations Position Open
- AJA Orion Sputter System
- Introducing JETStream
- Aaron Windsor, Master of Science
- Students from Ithaca High School's Code Red Team Showcase Their Skills
- 13th CNF FIRST LEGO League Jr. Expo
- 2019 CNF & PARADIM REU Programs
CNF COMMUNITY NEWS
- John Chong
- Adriana Mulero-Russe
- Taylor Oeschger
- CNF Staff Acknowledgement
- Jacob VanderBurgh & Cynthia Reinhart-King
CNF Acknowledgements in Your Publications — Note Change in Grant Number to “NNCI”
The National Science Foundation is beginning to count only properly acknowledged publications when considering our funding. So PLEASE use this language for ALL work product (publications, presentations, posters, patents) that benefits from CNF-related research.
This work was performed in part at the Cornell NanoScale Science & Technology Facility (CNF), a member of the National Nanotechnology Coordinated Infrastructure (NNCI), which is supported by the National Science Foundation (Grant NNCI-1542081).If space is a concern, this can be shortened to:
This work was performed in part at Cornell NanoScale Facility (CNF), an NNCI member supported by NSF Grant NNCI-1542081.
|Photograph & Format Credits|
Our cover ruler was fabricated by CNF Staff Member, John Treichler, who said -- “I made a couple hundred 5 mm rulers. The decimal point did not resolve on the thousandths but they are usable.” The ruler makes for great cover art! The background for this issue harkens back to our NNF years. Just one of the many device images in our archives. 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.
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