Last month, I was featured on The Academic Minute, a segment produced by radio station WAMC in the northeastern US.
This post is part of our occasional “How is that sustainable?” series. You can see our previous post on paper vs. plastic
For decades, Americans have spent billions of dollars on vitamin and mineral supplements,1 and despite concerns about effectiveness and safety,2 a
A couple weeks ago, over 300 scientists and engineers with an interest in nanotechnology met together in Minneapolis at the
As a life-long nerd and science-lover, it is hard to imagine a laboratory that could get me more excited than
This post is part of our ongoing series of public-friendly summaries describing research articles that have been published by members of
Here at Sustainable Nano, we’ve published several posts talking about the instrumentation used by researchers in the Center for Sustainable Nanotechnology to visualize nanoparticles and