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  • Lynden A. Archer
  • Dept: Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering
  • Title: James A. Friend Family Distinguished Professor of Engineering
  • Address: 348 Olin Hall
  • Phone: 607 254-8825
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Archer Group featured on the cover of Advanced Energy Materials

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Zhengyuan Tu, Ph.D. candidate in the Archer Group reports a nanostructured electrolyte design that...

Stabilizing molecule could pave way for lithium-air fuel cell

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Researchers show that coating the anode of a lithium-oxygen fuel cell with bromide results in more...

Charles Wan, ChemE '17 and Robert Lee, ChemE '17 named Merrill Presidential Scholars

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Since 1988, the Merrill Presidential Scholars Program has honored Cornell University’s most...

Lin Ma of the Acher Group, was recently awarded the MRS Gold Graduate Student Award

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The MRS Graduate Student Awards are intended to honor and encourage graduate students whose...

Archer Group Leads the Scientific American 2016 List of World Changing Ideas

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Wajdi Al Sadat was selected by Scientific American as #1 among its 2016 selection of 10 ideas that...

Lin Ma, of the Archer Group, wins MRS Graduate Student Gold Award

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Lin was awarded a Gold Award based on the evaluation of her oral presentation in the Finalists’...

Archer group featured on cover of Advanced Materials Interfaces

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Battery Technology: Multifunctional Separator Coatings for High-Performance Lithium–Sulfur...

Archer group publishes on stabilizing electrochemical interfaces in Nature Energy

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The future of electrochemical energy storage in rechargeable batteries is thought to hinge on the...

Cornell Researchers Use CO2 to Make Electricity

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Professor Lynden Archer and Wajdi Al Sadat, authors of this paper, have created a cell which can...

Koch and Archer groups publish on stabilizing battery recharge

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A recent paper by Mukul Tikekar, a coadvised graduate student in both groups takes a theoretical...

Scientists propose novel carbon-capture electrochemical cell

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Engineering professor Lynden Archer and graduate student Wajdi Al Sadat have devised an...

Archer Group published in Science Advances demonstrating a novel solution to CO2 emission mitigation

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The Archer Group has been studying the impact of incorporating CO2 in metal/O2 batteries, showing a...

Archer group publishes on room-temperature sodium-sulfur batteries in Nature Communications

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Recently Archer group designed a stable room-temperature Na-S battery that uses a sodium metal...

NPR Interview with Professor Lynden Archer

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Profile of a Scientist: Building a Better Battery

7 engineering seniors honored as 2016 Merrill Presidential Scholars

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Seven Cornell Engineering students spent a portion of Senior Week not only celebrating their own...

Robert Lee, ChemE ’17 and Charles Wan, ChemE '17 win Goldwater Scholarships

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This year Cornell is the only Ivy League institution with all four candidates winning the...

2016 Merrill Presidential Scholars Named

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Michael Statt, ChemE '16, is named a Merrill Presidential Scholar

After the Lecture: NSF-funded materials scientist Lynden Archer on batteries, diversity and the state of materials science

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NSF sat down with Cornell University's Lynden Archer after his recent talk on "Nanoscale organic...

Yingying Lu Ph.D. '14 has been added to Forbes 30 Under 30 Asia

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A recent graduate of the Archer Research Group, Yingying is an Assistant Professor at Zhejiang...

Room-temperature lithium metal battery closer to reality

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A Cornell team, led by professor Lynden Archer and graduate student Snehashis Choudhury, proposed...

Archer named among nine Cornell faculty named 'most influential' researchers

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Nine Cornell professors have been named to a list of the 25 most influential scientific minds for...

Archer Group paper published in Nature Communications

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Authors: Snehashis Choudhury, Rahul Mangal, Akanksha Agrawal, Lynden Archer

Professor Lynden Archer featured in Chemical & Engineering News,"10 Start-Ups to Watch":

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Founders Lynden Archer, Shivaun Archer, and Nathan Ball developing new materials for powerful,...

Professor Lynden Archer named Editorial Board member and Associate Editor of AAAS journal Science Advances

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William C. Hooey Director and James A. Friend Family Distinguished Professor of Engineering named...

Archer group publishes on lithium-air batteries in Nano Letters

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Sampson Lau, a Ph.D. candidate in the Archer group, recently published a paper titled “Nucleation...

Archer group publishes on PNCs in Nature Communications

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Rahul Mangal, a Ph.D. candidate in the Archer group, recently published a paper titled: “Phase...

To bolster lithium battery life, add a little salt

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Archer group featured in the Chronicle.

Lynden Archer receives chemical engineering award

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Professor Lynden Archer has received the 2014 Nanoscale Science and Engineering Forum award from...

Archer receives 2014 AICHE Nanoscale Science and Engineering Forum Award

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CBE Professor Lynden Archer received the 2014 AICHE Nanoscale Science and Engineering Forum Award.

Archer Receives NSF Special Creativity Award

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Lynden A. Archer, William C. Hooey Director and Professor is the recipient of the 2013 NSF Special...

Prof. Lynden Archer Advances the Science of Polymers

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Professor Archer is creating better battery systems capable of storing large amounts of energy...

Al Bids to Vie with Li in Battery Wars

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Science: At the Materials Research Society's Fall Meeting, Cornell researchers described materials...