The graduate physics program at Cornell is multidisciplinary, broad and congenial, and has access to superb facilities.
Research in the department is organized in two laboratories, the Laboratory of Atomic and Solid State Physics (LASSP) and the Laboratory for Elementary Particle Physics (LEPP).
- May 2016: A Pioneer of Scientific Tools Sol Gruner, known for developing x-ray detectors, is a toolmaker, tackling scientific problems and exploring the unknown
- May 2016: Physicists abuzz about possible new particle as CERN revs up
- May 2016: Stoltzfus, Thom-Levy to share vice provost for undergrad ed post
- May 2016: Physicist Katja Nowack Earns DOE Early Career Award
- May 2016: Cornell Astrophysicists Earn Share of $3M Prize