In this episode, we talk about a recent research study that looked at how one type of battery nanomaterial affects bacteria called Shewanella oneidensis. We interview Mimi Hang and Ian Gunsolus, who were co-first authors of the study as graduate students in the Center for Sustainable Nanotechnology.
Along with eight colleagues (most from the Center for Sustainable Nanotechnology) I recently co-authored an article in the American Chemical Society’s
If you’re like me, you probably have a drawer full of AA batteries at home somewhere, just in case you
Last Thursday, the Center for Sustainable Nanotechnology had a brush with mainstream media exposure: A Twin Cities TV station, KMSP:
If you’re like me, you might already have a pile of old electronics in your basement, waiting for you to
Nanoparticles and the Environment Series, Part I (click here for part II) More than a year ago on this site,
A research group at Drexel University has developed a set of material that show promise in increasing the energy storage capacity