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Researchers receive $5.4M to advance quantum science

“I’m excited to push magnetic materials into the quantum limit to enable new ways to make quantum devices."
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Dennis Schroeder/National Renewable Energy Laboratory A solar cell made with perovskite, shown here, show promise as an energy-efficient, scalable and longer-lasting way to create solar panels.


Thermal analysis guides future design of 2D hybrid materials

Cornell engineers are the first to study thermal transport in 2D hybrid perovskites – a new class of materials with promising applications for photovoltaics and thermoelectronics.
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Space Tech Industry Day a convergence of research, business

A constellation of scientists, technologists and businesses will offer a glimpse into how space will be explored in the years to come during the inaugural Space Tech Industry Day, a virtual symposium hosted by Cornell on April 23.
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Rewritable magnetic patterning: think tiny Etch A Sketch

Cornell researchers, including Dan Ralph, the F.R. Newman Professor of Physics in the College of Arts & Sciences, 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. This achievement will aid in the research of magnetism for ultrafast computer memory and other applications.

 Daniel Ralph


Cornell receives nearly $3.5M in federal push for quantum information research

Four Cornell researchers have received grants from the U.S. Department of Energy as part of a $218 million federal push to advance quantum information science.

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Breakthrough made in atomically thin magnets

Cornell researchers have become the first to control atomically thin magnets with an electric field, a breakthrough that provides a blueprint for producing exceptionally powerful and efficient data storage in computer chips, among other applications.

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$9M grant will create neurotech research hub at Cornell

New tools developed at Cornell will provide neuroscientists an unprecedented glimpse into the inner workings of the brain.
 Professor making new tool


Crafting new tools to explore thoughts, dreams and memories

Technological breakthroughs are giving Cornell Neurotech researchers unprecedented glimpses into the brain.