This post is written by Anna Bisaro and originally appeared on Medill Reports, a project of Northwestern University graduate journalism
During a recent visit to Home Depot I came face to face with a lithium-ion battery, nanotechnology, and my interest
Imagine yourself as a “scientific car salesperson.” Your job is to study how to get people to buy your cars.
I present to you my cat, Graboid. She has nanoparticles coursing through her veins, and those nanoparticles may save her
Happy Friday! That was a video by our friends at the Center for the Environmental Implications of Nanotechnology at Duke University.
Silver nanoparticles can be found in socks and sports clothing because of their ability to kill bacteria and inhibit unwanted
Here is a picture of the REU (Research Experiences for Undergraduate) students and I sailing in Lake Michigan earlier this