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Cornell Coronavirus Updates
Cornell faculty are collaborating to better understand the virus at the center of this global pandemic, with the aim of treatment and containment.
Cornell researchers have demonstrated a technique for writing, erasing and rewriting microscopic magnetic patterns onto a material – a concept tested by writing and erasing “Cornell” eight times onto the sample.
Ithaca-based Rheonix received approval from the Food and Drug Administration on a same-day testing turnaround method for COVID-19 results.
These optical wireless integrated circuits (OWICs) are essentially paramecium-size smartphones that can be specialized with apps. But rather than rely on cumbersome radio frequency technology, as cellphones do, the researchers looked to light as a potenti
CNF jump-starts startups in New York state
4-H club explores the sciences with CNF!
At Lego Exposition, Young Learners Become Building Tycoons
The Cornell NanoScale Science and Technology Facility is pleased to announce the appointment of Ron Olson as the new Director of Operations. He brings to CNF over 32 years of industrial fab operations and process and device development.
Nanoscale scientists and industry professionals gathered in Cornell’s Physical Sciences Building June 1 for a symposium to honor the career of nanofabrication pioneer Harold Craighead.