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'Stretched' oxide gets new properties Thumb
Sliced nanometers thin and chemically stretched on a specially designed template, the oxide compound europium titanate takes on properties that could revolutionize the electronics industry.
Energy Symposium discusses green technologies and urges innovation. Thumb
Harriet Kung, Ph.D. '91, delivers keynote address at Energy Materials Symposium.
New catalyst makes better fuel cells, study shows Thumb
Scientists at the Energy Materials Center at Cornell have discovered a catalyst that could make fuel cells more resistant to carbon monoxide poisoning - and thus more efficient and cost-effective.
Cornell and MicroGen Systems LLC to develop new batteries Thumb
Cornell's Energy Materials Center has just signed a memorandum of understanding with Ithaca's MicroGen Systems LLC to develop 'self-charging' batteries.
The Case of the Poisoned Fuel Cell Thumb
Novel catalysts created for fuel cells.
Dr. Harriet Kung confirmed as Keynote Speaker Thumb
The 2010 Energy Materials Symposium at Cornell welcomes Dr. Harriet Kung, Associate Director of Science for Basic Energy Sciences, US DOE, as our Keynote Speaker.
Asst. Professor Craig Fennie receives U.S. Army Funding Thumb
Asst. Professor Craig Fennie receives funding to investigate new, greener storage materials
U.S. Guest Lecture on Electrochemistry in Nanoscale Thumb
Professor Abruña presents talk on "Electrochemistry in Nanoscale: Basic Components and Techniques" at the Institute of Chemistry of San Luis.
David Muller receives Provost's Award Thumb
Provost Kent Fuchs has announced the eight winners of the Award for Distinguished Scholarship for 2010.
Julia Mundy to receive Distinguished Scholar Award Thumb
Ms. Julia Mundy to be recognized by the Microbeam Analysis Society at their annual Microscopy & Microanalysis meeting in August.
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