Ever wondered what it’s like to go into a “clean room”? A couple weeks ago a group of students from the
This weekend, over 350,000 people are expected to attend the 4-day U.S. Science & Engineering Festival in Washington, D.C. The
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
Last July, IBM announced that it had developed a new computer chip that could boost computer speeds by 50%.1 The
When we talk about sustainability in chemistry, one thing we have to think about is how the chemicals we use
Last month, I was featured on The Academic Minute, a segment produced by radio station WAMC in the northeastern US.