I am a second-generation science fiction fan; my parents have been Star Trek fans since the ‘60s, and I grew
It’s hard to turn down an opportunity to share how cool nanoscience is with the public, and especially with children.
On the first evening I drove to teach in a prison, I was nervous. Would they respect me? Would they
“Whoa!” “We didn’t have anything like this when I was a kid!” “This is awesome!” I heard these three phrases
It’s been a busy month in the Center for Sustainable Nanotechnology! We had our spring all-hands meeting at Johns Hopkins
The most exciting moments of my pre-college education were from a field trip to the geology department of Augustana College
Bassam Z. Shakhashiri Professor of Chemistry The William T. Evjue Distinguished Chair for the Wisconsin Idea Director, Wisconsin Initiative for
“Hey do you guys want to see some fluorescent nanodiamond water?!” I eagerly yelled out as two little boys walked