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X-RAY RUNS: Apply for Beamtime

2017  Nov 1 - Dec 21

2018  Feb 7 - Apr 3
2018  Proposal/BTR deadline: 12/1/17

2018  Apr 11 - Jun 4
2018  Proposal/BTR deadline: 2/1/18

    Quick Links

  • Cayuga Nature Center - Trails, animals, programs & exhibits.
  • Cornell Lab of Ornithology - All about birds.
  • Cornell Plantations - The Arboretum, Botanical Garden, and Natural Areas of Cornell University.
  • Downtown Ithaca Commons - Offers one of the largest pedestrian malls in America where you will enjoy shopping at various types of specialty shops to dining out on various types of cuisine.
  • Ithaca Farmers Market - Cooperative that local vendor's sell their high quality fruits, vegetables, baked goods and dairy products.  There are unique and handmade crafts.  There is also a boat tour up Cayuga Lake if you are interested.
  • Ithaca Science Center - Hands on museum that features exhibits for all ages from child to adult.
  • The Herbert F. Johnson Museum of Art - Houses the University's art collection of Asian, European and American art from the 15th century to present.  Open daily and free to the public.
  • Museum of the Earth - Where the Earth comes to life.
  • Robert Trent Jones Golf Course at Cornell University - Located on the edge of Cornell's property this course offers to challenge the ability of any golfer.
  • Visit Ithaca - The official web site of Ithaca, New York and Tompkins County Convention and Visitors Bureau in the Finger Lakes.

 

    Parks and Gorges

  • Buttermilk State Falls Park - includes hiking trails, picnic area and swimming in the lower pool of the falls.
  • Cascadilla Gorge - 1/3-mile trail that connects Cornell campus (Southern side of campus) and College Town to Downtown Ithaca.
  • Fall Creek Gorge - located on Cornell campus with many waterfalls, and a suspension bridge that crosses the gorge.
  • Robert H. Treman Park - offers many scenic views and 12 waterfalls, 9 miles of hiking trails, and swimming in a stream-fed pool under a waterfall.
  • Taughannock Falls State Park - features a 215-foot falling waterfall, multi-use trails for hiking and cross-country skiing.  View the falls from either the top or the bottom, both offering exceptional views.