Advancing Basic Science for Humanity
Quantum networks based on what Einstein called “spooky action at a distance” may one day protect the internet from hackers.
Imagine artificial intelligence helping scientists analyze data, soft robot battery "blood," and an unhackable quantum internet.
A new generation of microscale robots promises to wed semiconductors, solar cells, and sensors with complex 3D origami shapes and functions.
How neutron scattering helped identify the secret to a metal-organic framework's ability to efficiently convert chemicals.
Nanomaterials scientists use inexpensive lab equipment to efficiently infuse large macromolecules into cells.
Computer design meets potions class: A little of vial 1 and a little of vial 2 yield six-bit computations encoded in DNA.
Method developed to better analyze the metabolic activity of cancer cells.
Scientists develop a robust experiment that shows human brain waves respond to changes in Earth-strength magnetic fields.
Nanoscale patterning could enable precise manipulation of objects on many scales.
New Cornell research advances the design of solid-state batteries.