How do you photograph the unphotographable? In this podcast episode we interview MIT research scientist Felice Frankel, who specializes in visualizing science, using pictures to draw audiences in and help scientists more deeply examine their own work, including nanoscale materials that are smaller than wavelengths of light! We also have a mini-interview with graduate student Paige Kinsley about how COVID-19 is affecting chemistry labs in the Center for Sustainable Nanotechnology.
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ABOUT THIS EPISODE
- Felice Frankel
- Books: Modern Landscape Architecture, Picturing Science & Engineering, No Small Matter
- Stephen J. Gould; E.O. Wilson; George Whitesides; Don Eigler
- Sustainable Nano blog posts: Ferrofluid, gold color & surface plasmon resonance
- The Center for Sustainable Nanotechnology
Interviewees: Felice Frankel & Paige Kinsley
Interviewer: Stephanie Mitchell
Editor: Natalie Hudson-Smith
Producer/Host: Miriam Krause
Music: PC III and Dexter Britain