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Welcome to the 2016 Spring Edition NanoMeter, Table of Contents

 

2016CNF_NMv25n1.pdf

 

CNF IN THE NEWS

  • Physicists Turn Toward Heat to Study Electron Spin
  • Creativity Leads to Measuring Ultrafast, Thin Photodetector
  • First Self-Assembled Superconductor Structure Created
  • 2016 CNF Annual Meeting, Save the Date!
  • Cornell Looks to Make PARADIM Shift with $25M NSF Grant
  • New Etching Process for Magnetic RAM Developed by CNF and Oxford Instruments Plasma Technology
  • Graduate Students Aim to Make Nanotech Fun, Accessible for Kids

CNF CAPABILITIES & TOOLS

  • Advanced Nanoparticle Fabrication and ALD Coating Capabilities Introduced to CNF
  • Coming Soon: Pre-Cast Photosensitive Epoxy Sheets
  • Bruker Energy-Dispersive X-Ray Spectroscopy (EDS)

CNF EVENTS

  • CNF’s FIRST® Junior LEGO® League Expo
  • 2015 CNF Annual Meeting Wrap Up
  • 2015 CNF Annual Meeting Award Winners!
  • NNUN / NNIN REU Epilogue by Dr. Lynn Rathbun

CNF COMMUNITY NEWS

  • ECE Professor Emeritus Ed Wolf named as 2015 National Academy of Inventors Fellow
  • Barrier-Breaking Physicist Clears Path for Solar Power
  • Alumni Lead Biotech Startup GeneWEAVE to Successful Acquisition
  • REMINDER! CNF User Wiki
  • 2015 CNF REU Matthew Devlin
  • Collaborative Publication in Biomedical Optics Express
  • Ngai Joins Z-Senz LLC
  • Esch & Shuler Win Prize for Animal-Free Science
  • Nine Cornell Faculty Named ‘Most Influential’ Researchers
  • Volunteers from Angstron Materials Exhibit at TechFest 2016
  • Ober Named AAAS Fellow


June CNF TCN Announcement


Photograph & Format Credits

For this issue of the CNF NanoMeter: The cover image is from the article by Ryan Badman on page 11. The inside background is a research image by 2015 CNF REU Intern, Andrew King. Find Andrew’s full report at http://nnin.org/reu/past-years/2015-nnin-reu-program. Article images were provided by Cornell Chronicle, the authors and or the researchers. All other photographs are credited as shown -- or if uncredited, were taken by Don Tennant.

The CNF NanoMeter is published twice a year and is formatted by Melanie-Claire Mallison. She welcomes your comments at [email] The NanoMeter is printed on 30% post-consumer paper using soy-based inks. Please reduce, reuse, recycle!

 


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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