Have you ever wanted to have super-human vision? What would you do if you could record and play back video
Animals evolve strong defenses against predators. Predators evolve to better kill and catch their prey. Plants evolve defenses against insects.
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.
Did you know that the skin is the body’s largest organ? It covers about 1.8 square meters!1 It serves as
In case you hadn’t noticed, today is February 29! That means this is a leap year. Occurring once every four
In Tuesday’s post, I told you about the impressive properties of carbon nanotubes (CNTs) and how they can increase strength and
I was surprised to learn recently that plastic bags can be turned into a new material called carbon nanotubes. Prior