More Media Coverage for NMC Paper

Interested in learning more about the study on NMC nanomaterials and bacteria that was discussed in Monday's post? We've had two more opportunities to discuss this Center for Sustainable Nanotechnology research with the media this week, and it's pretty cool to see how each piece explains the work a little differently. Thank you to KARE 11's Jeff …

Enhancing Color: Quantum Dot Televisions

Advertisements for bigger and better technology gadgets bombard us daily. It seems like there is always a more advanced cell phone or television that you need to get your hands on. Though color TV was made mainstream in the 1960s, the race to advance screen technology for color enhancement is ongoing. In this post (in …

Nano in the Movies

Science and engineering topics appear in many movies – think of the gadgets in the James Bond series. Star Trek, Star Wars, and other long-standing science fiction series, of course, are full of futuristic transportation, infrastructure, devices and weapons.   The word “nanotechnology” was coined in 1974 by Norio Taniguchi1, and it began appearing in …