Autumn is here, which means summer colors are beginning to fade and many leaves are starting to change from green
Did you know that scientists have used nanotechnology to develop a test for the MERS coronavirus? The results of the test
In a previous post, Can gold melt at room temperature? Melting temperature depression!, we talked about how the color of gold
My favorite rain jacket is bright blue. So bright, in fact, that my first semester chemistry professor was able to
Last month, I went on a dream trip – a 9-day tour through Morocco. Morocco is a beautiful country at
The first time I used a hand-held sparkler was just a year ago. As I watched small sparks fly off
Did you know that when you walk through an art museum, there is a good chance that you will come
Artist Peter Krsko uses his background in physics and materials science to study and communicate about nature. He is described
Why do glaciers sometimes look blue? Hint: it’s not for the same reason we see blue as the color of the sky!
On this episode of the podcast, we have an interview with Dr. Robert Hamers, following up on his recent blog post. Bob is the Director of the Center for Sustainable Nanotechnology, and he tells us about a recent family trip to Alaska that got him wondering about why some glaciers have an amazing blue color.
Recently I had the fortune to visit the state of Alaska. While there, I took a boat trip around the