How do you photograph the unphotographable? In this podcast episode we interview MIT research scientist Felice Frankel, who specializes in
Have you ever had to read a paragraph or a sentence several times to understand it? I know I have.
Happy 2018! It’s hard to believe, but our very first Sustainable Nano blog post, Why are Nanomaterials So Special and
Scientific writing is notoriously full of jargon. Jargon includes technical terms that are specific to a certain discipline, or sometimes
Dr. Hope Jahren is a geobiologist who studies fossil organisms and the global environment, and is also the New York
Every year the Nobel Prizes bring some extra attention to science in the award categories of medicine, physics, and chemistry.
I am a TED enthusiast. TED is an organization that describes itself as a “nonpartisan nonprofit devoted to spreading ideas,
It’s Recommended Reading Day here at Sustainable Nano! There’s so much great stuff out there on the internet that it’s impossible to catch it
There was a time when book stores and libraries were the places where you met others. Like in today’s universities,
Last Thursday, the Center for Sustainable Nanotechnology had a brush with mainstream media exposure: A Twin Cities TV station, KMSP: