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Héctor Abruña to present at NYU Dept. of Chemistry Colloquium Series Thumb
Abruña to present at Colloquium Series
Five faculty receive NSF CAREER awards Thumb
Itai Cohen, William Dichtel, Tobias Hanrath, Eun-Ah Kim and Cynthia Reinhart-King are recent recipients of National Science Foundation Faculty Early Career Development Awards.
Study: Graphene grains make atomic patchwork quilts Thumb
New research shows colorful patchwork quilts that are actually pictures of graphene - one atom-thick sheets of carbon stitched together at tilted interfaces.
Nanoparticles may lead to better fuel cells Thumb
Cornell researchers have developed a novel way to synthesize a fuel cell electrocatalytic material without breaking the bank.
Abruña honored for work in electrochemistry Thumb
Chemistry's Hector Abruna was chosen to present the 2010 S.C. Lind Lectures by the American Chemical Society of East Tennessee. He is also the 2011 recipient of the Faraday Medal.
Electron Microscopy: A new spin on electron beams Thumb
Huolin Xin and Dr. David Muller give electron beams a spin.
Panelists call for action in sustainability effort Thumb
Achieving a sustainable world will require increased awareness, policy changes and an inclusive approach, said panelists in a discussion Oct. 28 in Statler Hall.
Historic gift will advance sustainability research Thumb
David R. Atkinson '60 and his wife, Patricia Atkinson, have committed $80 million to provide a permanent center on campus that will position Cornell to be a global leader in sustainability.
Single-crystal films could advance solar cells Thumb
Cornell researchers have developed a new method to create a patterned single-crystal thin film of semiconductor material that could lead to more efficient photovoltaic cells and batteries.
Ciencia y charlas unidas en talleres Thumb

Ciencia y charlas unidas en talleres

September 28, 2010 ›
Dr. Héctor Abruña presents at outreach program in Puero Rico.
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