In the 1930s, microscope designer Royal Rife made a splash with reports that he had designed a new microscope that
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If you think back to primary school science class, you may recall looking at cells or bacteria under a microscope.
Here at Sustainable Nano, we’ve published several posts talking about the instrumentation used by researchers in the Center for Sustainable Nanotechnology to visualize nanoparticles and
Take a look around – do you see a surface that looks a little bumpy? Now close your eyes, reach
One major type of output from university research labs is the publication of scientific results in scientific journals. When we
This blog post comes at a time when our center is probing the nano-bio interface (see prior blog entries below)