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MSE Professor Darrell Schlom and international team publish in Nature

MSE Professor Darrell Schlom and international team publish in Nature

October 18, 2013

Perfect Faults--a self-correcting atomic structure yields world's best tunable dielectric. read more

Professor Emmanuel Giannelis will receive the 2014 Co-operative Research Award from PMSE, American Chemical Society

Professor Emmanuel Giannelis will receive the 2014 Co-operative Research Award from PMSE, American Chemical Society

September 10, 2013

Professor Gianellis will be recognized at the ACS Spring meeting in Dallas scheduled in March 2014. read more

Prof. Ulrich Wiesner Creates World’s Smallest Drug Delivery Particles

Prof. Ulrich Wiesner Creates World’s Smallest Drug Delivery Particles

September 5, 2013

Prof. Ulrich Wiesner has created the world’s smallest drug delivery particles. read more

Professor Robinson wins $1.5 million from NSF to create scalable nanomanufacturing

Professor Robinson wins $1.5 million from NSF to create scalable nanomanufacturing

August 22, 2013

Assistant Professor Richard Robinson has won a $1.5 million grant to lead an NSF Nanoscale Interdisciplinary Research Team (NIRT) read more

MSE Professors Richard Robinson and Richard Hennig Awarded a Cover Article by Journal of Physical Chemistry C

MSE Professors Richard Robinson and Richard Hennig Awarded a Cover Article by Journal of Physical Chemistry C

August 12, 2013

Robinson and Hennig groups awarded cover article for chemical transformations of nanoparticles read more

MSE Professors Ulrich Wiesner and Lara Estroff Published in Science

MSE Professors Ulrich Wiesner and Lara Estroff Published in Science

August 5, 2013

Forming perfect porous polymer films is not enough..... read more

Robinson group paper has been selected for inclusion in IOPselect

Robinson group paper has been selected for inclusion in IOPselect

July 23, 2013

IOPselect is a special collection of journal articles, chosen by the Institute of Physics (IOP) Editors read more

Professor Schlom receives MBE Innovator Award

Professor Schlom receives MBE Innovator Award

July 1, 2013

The MBE Innovator Award recognizes advances in the field of molecular beam epitaxy (MBE). read more

Donnelly receives ASBMR Harold M. Frost Young Investigator Award

Donnelly receives ASBMR Harold M. Frost Young Investigator Award

June 27, 2013

The American Society for Bone and Mineral Research has awarded Prof. Donnelly the Harold M. Frost Young Investigator Award. read more

Grad Student Don-Hyung Ha of the Robinson Group wins best poster award

Grad Student Don-Hyung Ha of the Robinson Group wins best poster award

June 24, 2013

Co3O4 Nanoparticle Assemblies for Binder-Free and Carbon-Free Nanoparticle Batteries read more

Associate Professor Lara Estroff co-author of newly released report

Associate Professor Lara Estroff co-author of newly released report

May 29, 2013

NSF Biomaterials Workshop: Important Areas for Future Investments read more

Professor Eve Donnelly awarded NIH career development grant

Professor Eve Donnelly awarded NIH career development grant

May 13, 2013

Donnelly has been granted a 5-year $659,000 K01 Mentored Career Development Grant read more

MSE Students Receive National Fellowships

MSE Students Receive National Fellowships

April 18, 2013

MSE PhD student Ashley Lloyd and undergraduate student Keli Thurston were awarded NSF Research Fellowships. read more

MSE Professor Ulrich Wiesner Published in the journal Science and highlighted on the Front NSF home page

MSE Professor Ulrich Wiesner Published in the journal Science and highlighted on the Front NSF home page

April 12, 2013

Nano compartments may aid drug delivery, fuel cell design read more

MSE Professor Ulrich Wiesner's research features in Cornell Chronicle

MSE Professor Ulrich Wiesner's research features in Cornell Chronicle

April 11, 2013

“No one has ever made a one-pore, super-small silica particle to deliver medicine." read more

Professor Darrell Schlom collaborates with a multidisciplinary team to experimentally confirm intrinsic superconductor behavior

Professor Darrell Schlom collaborates with a multidisciplinary team to experimentally confirm intrinsic superconductor behavior

January 21, 2013

When it comes to high-temperature superconductors, a class of materials called cuprates is king, and it is science's ongoing quest to determine their exact physical subtleties. read more