Alas, there is no new Sustainable Nano Podcast episode this week. But while you’re eagerly awaiting the next installment, here are
Dr. Hope Jahren is a geobiologist who studies fossil organisms and the global environment, and is also the New York
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.
We’re back from winter break and preparing a fantastic batch of podcast episodes for spring 2017! Over the next few months we’ll be featuring interviews with Dr. Hope Jahren and Dr. Mike Curry, plus a profile of Dr. Gro Harlem Brundtland, and much more. Stay tuned!
Interested in learning more about the study on NMC nanomaterials and bacteria that was discussed in Monday’s post? We’ve had two more
Just wanted to share a great Minnesota Public Radio story on our very own Center for Sustainable Nanotechnology! Featuring our