New Sustainable Nanotechnology Videos!
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New Sustainable Nanotechnology Videos!

What exactly is “sustainable nanotechnology?” Even after over 200 Sustainable Nano blog posts, the answer to that question might not seem obvious! Fortunately, we have two new videos to share that do a great job explaining the mission of the Center for Sustainable Nanotechnology (CSN). First, here’s a brand new 3-minute video introducing our Center:   Continue reading

2016: Sustainable Nano Year in Review
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2016: Sustainable Nano Year in Review

Happy New Year, everyone! 2016 was a very busy year for Sustainable Nano and the Center for Sustainable Nanotechnology. Researchers in the Center had nine papers published in scientific journals and have a number of others already submitted for review (you can see a running list of our publications here, including links to many public-friendly blog posts explaining the … Continue reading

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Why Don’t We Recycle Styrofoam? – Speaking of Chemistry video

This post is part of our occasional “How is that sustainable?” series. You can see our previous post on paper vs. plastic here. This spring, New York City banned the use of expanded polystyrene (EPS) food and beverage containers, effective July 1. (EPS is often colloquially called styrofoam, after DOW’s trademarked brand.) Although EPS is technically a recyclable … Continue reading

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How Can You See an Atom? – ACS Reactions Video

Here at Sustainable Nano, we’ve published several posts talking about the instrumentation used by researchers in the Center for Sustainable Nanotechnology to visualize nanoparticles and cell membranes, such as atomic force microscopy and super-resolution fluorescence microscopy. For this week’s post, we’re sharing a video produced by the American Chemical Society‘s Reactions series, called “How Can You See an Atom?” The … Continue reading