Cornell awarded $15M to lead NSF I-Corps Hub

Cornell has been awarded a $15 million, five-year grant from the National Science Foundation to lead a newly established Innovation Corps Hub that will support science and technology entrepreneurship in rural regions.

UVEX NASA mission advances with Cornell astronomers on team

Cornell astronomers Anna Y. Q. Ho and Shrinivas R. Kulkarni are part of the mission team for the UltraViolet Explorer (UVEX) mission, which has advanced toward a 2028 launch with NASA.

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$8.3M award boosts chemistry research into fuel cells, batteries

Chemistry Professor Héctor D. Abruña has been awarded $8.3 million to further his group’s research related to fuel cells and advanced battery technologies.

Research changes assumptions about key fuel cell material

Researchers at Cornell Engineering have revealed the nanomechanics inside a proton-conducting ceramic that has promising applications for fuel cells and hydrogen production.

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CNF to celebrate 45 years at annual meeting, Oct. 18

The Cornell NanoScale Science and Technology Facility will celebrate its 45-year anniversary during its annual meeting on Oct. 18.

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NASA releases first Webb Telescope image of exoplanet

For the first time, astronomers — including Cornell postdoctoral fellow Eileen Gonzales — have used NASA’s James Webb Space Telescope to take a direct image of a planet outside our solar system.

McMurry makes bestselling chemistry text free in memory of son

Starting fall 2023, the 10th edition of McMurry’s Organic Chemistry will be available an open educational resource (OER) through OpenStax.

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Sobhani, industry partners win grant to 3D print for clean energy reactors

Assistant Professor Sadaf Sobhani is leading a $50,000 FuzeHub grant in partnership with ceramic 3D-printing company Lithoz America and energy startup Dimensional Energy to develop 3D-printed ceramics for clean energy reactors.

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Cornell scientists show how terrain evolves on an icy comet

With an eye toward a return to Comet 67P, Cornell astronomers show how smooth terrain – a good place to land spacecraft and scoop samples – develops on the icy world of touring comets.