In these days of social distancing, everyday electronic devices such as cell phones and laptops are more crucial than ever.
A lot is being said these days about pollution in waterways, how to prevent it, and how to clean up
Nanoparticles are already widely used in a variety of technologies, and some researchers are looking for ways to make those nanoparticles more environmentally friendly. In this episode of the podcast, we interview Dr. Mike Curry about his research making nanoparticles from cellulose, a very common molecule found in plants.
On this episode of the Sustainable Nano podcast, we talk about one example of how nanotechnology is changing something many people use every day: bikes! Margy Robinson, a graduate student in the Center for Sustainable Nanotechnology and a competitive cyclist, explains how carbon nanotubes and graphene are currently being incorporated into some high-end bicycles.
The term “terrorism” is becoming quite ubiquitous in our everyday lives. It seems that you can hardly watch a news
In Tuesday’s post, I told you about the impressive properties of carbon nanotubes (CNTs) and how they can increase strength and
I like bicycles. As a kid, bikes were part of carefree, blue-skied summer days endlessly circling the neighborhood cul-de-sac with