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Recent work featured on the cover of Integrative Biology (October 2009)

Parylene technology focus (15 Oct 2009)

Piezoresistive transduction in multilayer polycrystalline silicon resonators (1 Oct 2009)

Poster award at Cornell NanoScale Facility Annual Meeting (17 Sept 2009)

A method for nanofluidic device prototyping using elastomeric collapse (15 Sept 2009)

Labeling and purification of cellulose-binding proteins for high resolution fluorescence applications (3 Sept 2009)

Parylene peel-off arrays to probe the role of cell–cell interactions in tumour angiogenesis (27 Aug 2009)

Detection of prostate specific antigen with nanomechanical resonators (18 Aug 2009)

Prion Protein detection in serum using micromechanical resonator arrays (15 Aug 2009)

Micromechanical drumhead resonators for pressure sensing (22 June 2009)

Stress and Silicon Nitride: A Crack in the Universal Dissipation of Glasses (5 June 2009)

Recent research selected for inclusion in the Virtual Journal of Nanoscale Science and Technology (15 May 2009)

New paper published on high-Q, in-plane resonators operated in air (05 May 2009)

Recent aptamer publication featured as "Hot Article" by RSC (28 Apr 2009)

Sugar-based microfluidics paper featured on cover of Soft Matter (07 Apr 2009)

Relationship Between the Design and Sensitivity of Resonant Sensors (09 Mar 2009)

RSS News Feed Now Available (03 Mar 2009)

Cotton Candy Can Help Labs Grow Tissue, featured in Discovery Channel News (25 Feb 2009)

Prion Protein Detection, featured in Nature News (27 Mar 2008)

High-Q Nanoresonators, featured in the Cornell Chronicle (13 Feb 2008)

Nanotrophy to be Awarded Super Bowl Sunday, featured in the Cornell Chronicle (Jan 2008)

In-plane Vibration of Nanoresonators, featured in the Cornell Chronicle (06 Aug 2007)

CU Researchers Create 'Nanolamps', featured in the Cornell Chronicle (11 Apr 2007)

AFM Reads Nanomechanical Oscillators, featured in the Cornell Chronicle (26 Mar 2007)

Harold Craighead Elected to National Academy of Engineering, featured in the Cornell Chronicle (12 Feb 2007)

Cornell Inventors Recognized for Contributions to the University and the World, featured in the Cornell Chronicle (01 Nov 2006)

Harold Craighead Returns to Direct the Nanobiotechnology Center, featured in the Cornell Chronicle (30 Aug 2006)

Guinness World Record for Craighead, featured in the Cornell Chronicle (31 Oct 2005)

From Attograms to Daltons: Cornell NEMS Device Detects the Mass of a Single DNA Molecule, featured in Cornell News (18 May 2005)

Nanodevices Target Viruses, featured at PhysicsWeb (08 Oct 2004)

Plastic Nanowires Sense Gasses, featured at TRNmag.com(02 Jun 2004)

Cornell Researchers Move Beyond 'Nano' to 'Atto' to Build a Scale Sensitive Enough to Weigh a Virus, featured in Cornell News (02 Apr 2004)

World's Smallest Guitar, featured in ScienCentralNews (15 Jan 2004)

A New Cornell 'Nanoguitar', featured in Cornell News (17 Now 2003)

A Nifty Nanoguitar, featured in Daily Planet, Discovery Channel Canada (13 Nov 2003)

2003 Graduate Prize Winners, Collegiate Inventors Competition, featured in Cornell News (27 Oct 2003)

Cornell Scientists Create Microchip with Light-Impending Holes for Detailed, Optical Observation of Single Molecules in Their Natural State, featured in the Cornell Chronicle (30 Jan 2003)

Entropic Recoil Separation of Long DNA Molecules, featured on the cover of Analytical Chemistry (15 Oct 2002)

New DNA Separation Method Could Bring Faster Gene Sequencing and DNA Fingerprinting, Cornell Researchers Report, featured in Cornell News (23 Sept 2002)

What Forces DNA Molecules Through Tight Spaces?, featured in Cornell News (02 May 2002)

Fast DNA Sorting, featured in Cornell News (15 May 2000)

DNA Molecules Move Through Small Spaces: Sometimes the Bigger you are, the Easier it is to Squeeze Through, featured in Cornell News (06 Oct 1999)

Grad Student Describes Gel Biochips That Could Speed DNA Sequencing, featured in the Cornell Chronicle (01 Apr 1999)

DNA Gels, featured in Cornell News (25 Mar 1999)

Possible Computer Data Storage System Smaller Than a Dot on This Page, featured in Cornell News (23 Mar 1999)

Nanomechanics, featured in Cornell News (23 Mar 1999)

Neurons on Si, featured in Business Week (1999)

Home of the Nanoguitar, featured in Cornell News (27 Jul 1997)