December 3, 2012: A research team supported by the Kavli Institute at Cornell for Nanoscale Science (KIC) has shed light on the topic of electron cooling through the first known direct measurements of hot electrons cooling in graphene. The team, which published its finding online Dec. 2 in the journal Nature Physics, includes lead researcher and KIC Director, Paul McEuen; first author and KIC Postdoc Fellow, Matt Graham; and co-authors Jiwoong Park and Dan Ralph, both KIC members. Read the full story here.

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