I am a TED enthusiast. TED is an organization that describes itself as a “nonpartisan nonprofit devoted to spreading ideas,
In this episode, we talk about a recent research study that looked at how one type of battery nanomaterial affects bacteria called Shewanella oneidensis. We interview Mimi Hang and Ian Gunsolus, who were co-first authors of the study as graduate students in the Center for Sustainable Nanotechnology.
On this first episode of our brand new podcast, we talk with the Director of the Center for Sustainable Nanotechnology, along with students, faculty, and a few complete strangers about some questions related to our Center’s research: What is nanotechnology? What is sustainability? And what does it mean when we put the two terms together?
In my last post, I told you about how scientists measure amazingly cool things that can be vastly different in
Much of our work in the Center for Sustainable Nanotechnology lies in the realm of chemistry. That is to say,
This blog post comes at a time when our center is probing the nano-bio interface (see prior blog entries below)
Federal science funding is at the heart of the American enterprise. Sustained science funding was first established as the core
Science doesn’t always look like this: Sometimes it looks like this! We have scientists in Wisconsin, Illinois, Minnesota, and even