“You know my methods, Watson.” “Yes I know. It’s NANOPARTICLES.” If Sherlock Holmes was a nanomaterial scientist, his partner might
Coffee. Not only can it be used in scientific experiments, but every day the delectable flavors derived from the humble
“You’ve gotta give it a taste to know!” answered the long-haired, cowboy shirt-wearing distiller dude at Madison, Wisconsin’s Old Sugar Distillery.
Happy Friday! That was a video by our friends at the Center for the Environmental Implications of Nanotechnology at Duke University.
Silver nanoparticles can be found in socks and sports clothing because of their ability to kill bacteria and inhibit unwanted
Here is a picture of the REU (Research Experiences for Undergraduate) students and I sailing in Lake Michigan earlier this
What inspires people to do science? Perhaps you, Dear Reader, are interested in understanding how the physical world works. Maybe