Congratulations Christian for his senior thesis poster award
Congratulations Ethan and Abby for their TA awards
Congratulations to Abby for placing SECOND in the CCMR Microscopy Image contest!
Senior Thesis 2013: Congratulations to Allison winning First Place for her senior thesis poster.
CCMR Microscopy Image Contest, Spring 2011: Congratulations to Amy for winning FIRST PLACE in the biological SEM category.
10th International Conference of the Chemistry and Biology of Mineralized Tissues, 2010:
Congratulations to Debra for winning the award for young investigator with the best poster of the session.
CCMR Microscopy Image Contest, Spring 2010: Congratulations to Zhi for winning FIRST PLACE in the optical image category. Please see more details from the link.
MRS Spring 2009 Best Poster: Congratulations to Ellen for winning a Best Poster Award at the MRS Spring 2009. Ellen's motto: "More pictures, less words"
Click here to see past awards
12/2018: Estroff group and Professor Estroff featured on the Cornell Research website.
02/2018: Estroff awarded a Transformative Science grant from the United States-Israel Binational Science Foundation (BSF) with Dr. Assaf Gal from the Weizmann Institute of Science.
03/2017: Estroff awarded major grant with Fischbach, Addadi, and Fratzl.
11/2016: Professor Estroff gives a featured talk honoring her PhD Advisor, Andrew Hamilton
05/16: Congratulations to Alyssa, Jeremy, and Meredith on their graduation Congratulations to Abby and Alex on passing their A Exam
Congratulations to Fei on completing her B Exam!
Estroff Group work in the Chronicle
12/2015 Estroff Group Work Featured in Cornell Chronicle
7/2015: Professor Estroff Chairs Gordon Research Conference on Crystal Growth and Assembly
6/2015: Congratulations to Emily and Allessandra on graduating!
NPR Radio on Rock Munching Mollusks: Hear Lara Estroff's commentary of work by Derk Joester at Northwestern
Jason's article from "Ask A Scientist": Under normal use candle wax can become a vapor
Jason's article from "Ask A Scientist": Variety of chemicals in hair relaxers untwist strands
Jason's article from "Ask A Scientist": Motor oil's low vapor pressure keeps paint wet