This post is part of our ongoing series of public-friendly summaries describing research articles that have been published by members of
This post is the first in what we hope will be an ongoing series of public-friendly summaries describing research articles
Incorporation of engineered nanomaterials into cosmetic products including sunscreens, makeups, soaps, moisturizers and shampoos is becoming increasingly more commonplace. Manufacturers
Scientists have discovered that tiny particles of gold injected into fat tissues can offer a new and potentially safer way
In Marco’s previous post, you can read how making nanoparticles is like baking – different proportions of ingredients and different
This post is written by Anna Bisaro and originally appeared on Medill Reports, a project of Northwestern University graduate journalism
Imagine yourself as a “scientific car salesperson.” Your job is to study how to get people to buy your cars.