University of Minnesota undergraduate student Kadir Hussein is studying abroad this fall in Freiburg, Germany. This is the first of
This post is part of our ongoing series of public-friendly summaries describing research articles that have been published by members
Synthesizing nanoparticles is sometimes a lot like baking cookies. You start with ingredients, mix them together, and put them in
In Marco’s previous post, you can read how making nanoparticles is like baking – different proportions of ingredients and different
Every day chemists enter their laboratories, intent on making or studying something. For me, my daily task is to think
Recent discoveries continue to highlight the many uses of that wonderful kingdom of life, fungus. Penicillin, a group of antibiotics
Imagine yourself as a “scientific car salesperson.” Your job is to study how to get people to buy your cars.