Have you ever made lightning in a pickle? I have. It involves putting two iron nails in a pickle and
Two years ago, I wrote a blog post called Two Ways to Make Nanoparticles, describing the difference between top-down and bottom-up methods for making nanoparticles. In
A couple of weeks ago I was fortunate enough to go the Hanse Institute for Advanced Study (“HWK”) in Delmenhorst,
Last month, I was featured on The Academic Minute, a segment produced by radio station WAMC in the northeastern US.
Science and engineering topics appear in many movies – think of the gadgets in the James Bond series. Star Trek,
In Marco’s previous post, you can read how making nanoparticles is like baking – different proportions of ingredients and different
Everything is made of atoms. Usually these atoms are strongly connected to one another, in an amazing variety of configurations.