Chemistry at the Connecticut Agricultural Experiment Station ranges from testing how nanoparticles help plants grow to determining what kind of
Animals evolve strong defenses against predators. Predators evolve to better kill and catch their prey. Plants evolve defenses against insects.
Sustainable Nano is taking a bit of a break for the summer, but science doesn’t stop! Activities for the Center
What exactly is “sustainable nanotechnology?” Even after over 200 Sustainable Nano blog posts, the answer to that question might not seem obvious!
A lot has changed in the last 10-15 years about our hopes and fears around nanotechnology. Ira Bennett and Jameson
Art is a language that can transcend geographical, cultural, and chronological boundaries, and helps us explore the legacy of our
Alas, there is no new Sustainable Nano Podcast episode this week. But while you’re eagerly awaiting the next installment, here are
Artist Peter Krsko uses his background in physics and materials science to study and communicate about nature. He is described
What if car tires could be made from renewable resources instead of petroleum? In this episode of the podcast, we interview Dr. Paul Dauenhauer, part of a research team from the Center for Sustainable Polymers who have developed a new chemical process to make isoprene (one of the key ingredients in car tires) from biomass such as grass or corn.
‘Tis the season for snowy weather here in the Upper Midwest! There are many ways to enjoy snow, but ever