grae313 wrote:My biased opinion:
Yale is good in quantum computing, but if you have interest in anything else besides this, Cornell is the place to be. Cornell's nanofabrication facilities are the best in the country, and I formed this opinion after touring Berkeley, UCSB, and Stanford. The number, variety, and quality of instruments combined with their availability to students is unparalleled. We have top professors, amazing resources, and fantastic people. Yale has strong names in that one field, but does not have a comparably strong reputation overall in physics. At Cornell you will have the best equipment there is available to you 24/7 and the freedom to work with any professor in any department who will accept you as a student in their lab.
TrueBLUE wrote:Thanxx a lot noojens and grae313. Has greatly helped make my decision. So Cornell it is for me!!
Tosh wrote:A lot of people seems to say so.. but wouldn't applied be harder since those who major in materials science, engineerig and chem could also apply to AP?
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