Today Sustainable Nano will publish the 30th episode of our podcast, called “Nanocomposites: Getting the Best of Two Worlds.” It’s an interview with Professor Klaus Müllen, and should be available later this morning. As I prepared the show notes for the episode, I realized that we had gotten behind on sharing the last few episodes here on the blog! So in case you missed them when they first came out, there are links below for episodes 27, 28, and 29.
Generally we publish each podcast episode through our podcast page, which automatically pushes it to platforms like Apple Podcast and Stitcher. But we also like to put each episode up as a blog post here to keep blog readers in the loop, and that is the step that I (in my roles as blog editor and podcast producer) have been neglecting.
So this morning, those of you who receive email updates for the blog probably received three notifications, one for each episode (plus a fourth for this summary). Apologies for filling your mailbox – we’ll try not to let it happen again! Here are the episodes to catch up on:
- Episode 27. The Constant Loop: How Nanoparticles and the Environment Affect Each Other – an interview with CSN graduate student Liz Laudadio about what happens to a particular battery nanomaterial when it gets exposed to phosphates in water
- Episode 28. Who’s Not In the Room and Why Not? Inclusivity and Bias Across Class Backgrounds in College Education – an interview with Alvin Chang about his Vox.com article, “The subtle ways colleges discriminate against poor students, explained with a cartoon.”
- Episode 29. Green is the Color of Chemistry – an interview with Dr. Mary Kirchhoff, Executive Vice President of Scientific Advancement at the American Chemical Society and Director of the ACS Green Chemistry Institute
Hope you enjoy these audio installments of Sustainable Nano, and stay tuned for more from both the blog and the podcast coming soon!