We are excited to welcome Dr. Della Mosley (“Dr. Della”) to the NSF Center for Sustainable Nanotechnology as our new Wellness, Equity, and Liberation Consultant! Dr. Della is a counseling psychologist from the University of... read more →
A CSN publication by Clyde Daly, Jr. and Rigoberto Hernandez (Learning from the Machine: Uncovering Sustainable Nanoparticle Design Rules. The Journal of Physical Chemistry C. 124 (24), 13409-13420) was featured... read more →
Natalie Hudson-Smith (Haynes group, University of Minnesota-Twin Cities) successfully defended her thesis, titled "Nanoparticle Transformations and Toxicity: Impact of Complex Metal Oxide Nanoparticles, Experimental Tools, and Methods for Communicating Nanotechnology... read more →
Becky Rodriguez, a 4th-year graduate student in the Haynes group, has received the Women Chemists Committee (WCC)/Merck Research Award, which recognizes research excellence. Eight female chemists in their third or... read more →
Richard Brown (Rosenzweig group, University of Maryland-Baltimore County) defended his doctoral dissertation, entitled “Synthesis, Stability and Dynamic Surface Chemistry of InP-based Core/Shell Quantum Dots” on July 27. Congratulations, Dr. Brown!
Denise Williams-Harris (Rosenzweig group, University of Maryland-Baltimore County) successfully defended her doctoral dissertation, entitled “Molecular Interactions between Luminescent Quantum Dots and Bacteria” on July 16, 2020. She accepted a position with... read more →
We are delighted to announce that the NSF Center for Sustainable Nanotechnology (CSN) has been renewed to continue advancing our research! The CSN is highly collaborative, linking 11 universities and... read more →
The CSN is pleased to announce Associate Professor Raychelle Burks as its first-ever Scholar-in-Residence for summer 2020. Dr. Burks will focus... read more →
Ben Frank (Fairbrother group, Johns Hopkins University) defended his doctoral dissertation, entitled "Environmental Transformations of Next-Generation Carbon Nanomaterials" on May 29. Congratulations, Dr. Frank!