This month marks the official start of user operation at CHESS and all three partner programs:
As a CHESS operator, Kurt McDonald has a full time job.
The hills of Ithaca are a haven for road bike enthusiasts.
CHESS's Staff Scientist, Ken Finkelstein, has been a volunteer with Friendship Donations Network for many years, ensuring that food does not go to waste.
It was only April 8 when the CESR team had successfully stored positrons at 50mA.
On June 4- 5, 2019, students from several PREM groups and the INCREASE consortium participated in the CHESS User’s Meeting and the associated “Synchrotron Essentials” workshop.
Students representing the Cornell High Energy Synchrotron Source made a trip to the nation’s capital to meet with congressional representatives and showcase their crucial involvement at CHESS.
Anatoly Berezkin, a former CHESS user, is taking his expertise of room temperature annealing to form a startup company in Munich, Germany.
CHESS believes that science can be a driving force for economic growth.
Christopher Flynn, a fourth year student majoring in Physics and Mathematics at Fort Lewis College, and a SUnRiSE student at Cornell this summer, is contributing to the design of microfluidic mixin
Graduate student Al Kovaleski is working to understand how grape buds react to subzero temperatures that are common during winter in the Northeast.