Have you seen the movie Avatar? I remember being captivated by the colorful world of Pandora, where the Na’vi lived.
Fluorescence is a favorite topic here at Sustainable Nano – we’ve written about quantum dots, fluorescein in the Chicago River, glowing
Our last blog post featured lighting technology powered by algae, and this week is all about a different example of
The awarding of the 2014 Nobel Prize in Chemistry to Dr.s Betzig, Hell, and Moerner (my former research mentor) is
One major type of output from university research labs is the publication of scientific results in scientific journals. When we
Synthesizing nanoparticles is sometimes a lot like baking cookies. You start with ingredients, mix them together, and put them in
Designing non-toxic nanomaterials requires that we understand how those nanomaterials interact with biological systems. Systems such as you me, and