Bassam Z. Shakhashiri Professor of Chemistry The William T. Evjue Distinguished Chair for the Wisconsin Idea Director, Wisconsin Initiative for
Half a century ago, a Soviet scientist was tucked away in a top-secret facility. The results of his experiments are
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The University of Minnesota’s Office for Equity and Diversity awarded Kadir Hussein with their Scholarly Excellence in Equity and Diversity (SEED) Award.
As an emerging scientist, I often can’t help but conclude that the public must think science is a bad thing.
Last week, we scientists from the Center for Sustainable Nanotechnology, who usually use our weekly video conference calls to discuss
Not too long ago, a team of frustrated scientists glanced up from their computer screens and saw the untapped potential
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Heinrich (“Heini”) Rohrer, a nanotechnology pioneer, Nobel Prize winner, and personal mentor to me and many other scientists, has died.