Juan Pablo Giraldo Podcast Appearance
Podcast interview on Nano Matters with CSN faculty member Juan Pablo Giraldo. He discusses how nanosensers will be able to communicate their health status with plants via fluorescence/light intensity. This technology can be used to detect hazardous substances as well. Listen here.
UMN Article Highlights CSN Associate Director Christy Haynes
REad the article highlighting our CSN Associate Director on the importance and use of nanoparticles: https://cse.umn.edu/college/faculty-science-small “You can’t see any of the nanoparticles we make but they can be used to deliver drugs to fight disease or transport nutrients to increase crop yield. They can also be used to sense things or to make things… Read More »UMN Article Highlights CSN Associate Director Christy Haynes
CSN Affiliate Dr. Mike Curry Skegee Spotlight
“As an HBCU faculty and researcher, I aim to increase the number of highly trained minority professionals within the STEM and entrepreneurship pipelines, I want to strategically move the needle forward on minority-inspired innovation, and powerfully influence the movement of STEM diversity,” Mike Curry Read the full article here.
Prof. Rigoberto Hernandez Joins John Hopkins Task Force
“Barriers to diversity and equity are often exacerbated by a lack of access to unwritten rules or unstated expectations for success … as an institution, we have the power to remove this inequity entirely by being completely transparent in all of our rules and decisions, and by communicating our expectations for success to every member… Read More »Prof. Rigoberto Hernandez Joins John Hopkins Task Force
Nanotechnology Flashcard Deck Created by CSN Students
Check out the Lifeology virtual flashcard deck created by University of Minnesota Ph.D. student Stephanie Mitchell, University of Wisconsin-Madison grad students Jaya Borgatta and Paige Kinsley, Lifeology co-founder Paige Jarreau and artist Elfy Chiang. This deck is a quick introduction to what happens to nanoparticles in the environment? “But, we also don’t want to have… Read More »Nanotechnology Flashcard Deck Created by CSN Students
CSN Research Featured in “Machine Learning in Physical Chemistry” Virtual Issue
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 in the ACS virtual issue “Machine Learning in Physical Chemistry.”
CSN Research Featured in UW Madison Letters & Science Magazine
Letters & Science Magazine, a publication of the University of Wisconsin-Madison’s College of Letters & Science, has featured CSN research in its Fall 2019 issue. The article “Small Wonders,” by Aaron R. Conklin, discusses recent work in the lab of Director Bob Hamers studying copper phosphate nanoflakes, their use in agricultural applications, and the ability to… Read More »CSN Research Featured in UW Madison Letters & Science Magazine
Professor Christy Haynes Named to Analytical Scientist Power List Top 100
Professor Christy Haynes was recognized in The Analytical Scientist Power List 2019 Top 100, “showcasing the tremendous range of talent, ingenuity and leadership present across all corners of analytical science on a global scale.” See Christy’s online bio here.
Rebecca Klaper featured in UWM Research News
CSN Professor Rebecca Klaper and was featured in a February 25 article on the UWMResearch website, by Adam Hinterthuer, called “Tiny changes, big impact.” Congratulations, Rebecca!
Cathy Murphy & Ariane Vartanian Interviewed in ACS Axial
CSN faculty member Cathy Murphy and Murphy group alumna Ariane Vartanian were recently interviewed by the American Chemical Society in honor of the United Nation’s International Day of Women and Girls in Science! You can read the interview here.