My favorite rain jacket is bright blue. So bright, in fact, that my first semester chemistry professor was able to
Some time ago, my labmates and I invented a character named “Nano Person” as a way of giving some frame
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.
Here is the underside of a ladybug. Click the image to enlarge. You won’t regret it! In this post I
For many people the celebration of the 4th of July is not totally complete without a good aerial fireworks show.
Introducing the Friday Video series! This one will melt your mind!
I was talking to my mom the other day, about nanoparticles of course, and she said: “Wait a second! Are
I love a good dystopian novel where technology has gotten out of hand and changed some futuristic society into a
You’re looking at an electron micrograph of gold nanoparticles; a snap shot of tiny gold crystals that are 1/10,000th the
Today we’ve got some important things to talk about. I’m not talking about the how or why we’re here on