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CCMR researcher Prof. Craig Fennie, Applied and Engineering Physics, has been named a 2013 MacArthur Fellow by the John D. and Catherine T. MacAr

Craig Fennie is a materials scientist combining the tools of theoretical physics with those of solid-state chemistry to discover new materials with desirable electrical, magnetic, and optical properties.... Read More

The Cornell Center for Materials Research Announces the Fall 2013 JumpStart Award Winning Companies

The Cornell Center for Materials Research JumpStart program is funded by Empire State Development’s Division of Science, Technology and Innovation (NYSTAR), designed to assist New York State small businesses..... Read More

2013 CCMR Symposium, Complex Oxides

On May 29, the CCMR held its 2013 symposium. It focused on Complex Oxides. The symposium is a day-long event, which gathered 135 off-campus guests and Cornell faculty and students. At the end of the day..... Read More

The Cornell Center for Materials Research Announces Spring 2013 JumpStart Project Recipients

The Cornell Center for Materials Research JumpStart program funded by Empire State Development’s Division of Science, Technology and Innovation (NYSTAR) is designed to assist New York State..... Read More

Launching Student Interest in Science

Launching Student Interest in Science..... Read More

Ordering Nanoscale Dots with Molecular Honeycombs

Ordering Nanoscale Dots with Molecular Honeycombs.... Read More

Improving Science Education through Professional Development

Improving Science Education through Professional Development..... Read More

President Obama Honors Outstanding Early-Career Scientists

Presidential Early Career Awards for Scientists and Engineers awarded to Dr. Craig Fennie. The award received by the CCMR funded scientist is the highest honor bestowed by the United States Government.... Read More

2012 CCMR Symposium, Next-Generation Materials Characterization

On May 22, 2012, the CCMR held its annual symposium. The program is a networking and learning opportunity for scientists in industry and at Cornell to develop collaborative work. The symposium gathered.... Read More

Researchers demonstrate new way to control nonvolatile magnetic memory devices

Cornell researchers have demonstrated a new strategy for making energy- efficient, reliable nonvolatile magnetic memory devices -- which retain information without electric power. Reported online in the journal..... Read More

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