Have bacteria ever made you sick? If you answer no I’m not going to believe you. When most of us
In this episode, we talk about a recent research study that looked at how one type of battery nanomaterial affects bacteria called Shewanella oneidensis. We interview Mimi Hang and Ian Gunsolus, who were co-first authors of the study as graduate students in the Center for Sustainable Nanotechnology.
Along with eight colleagues (most from the Center for Sustainable Nanotechnology) I recently co-authored an article in the American Chemical Society’s
Interested in learning more about the study on NMC nanomaterials and bacteria that was discussed in Monday’s post? We’ve had two more
Last Thursday, the Center for Sustainable Nanotechnology had a brush with mainstream media exposure: A Twin Cities TV station, KMSP:
What happens to cells when they come into contact with nanoparticles? Researchers in the Center for Sustainable Nanotechnology are trying