Media Appearances


Minnesota Public Radio

Minnesota Public Radio interviewed Professor Robert Hamers of the University of Wisconsin-Madison and Professor Christy Haynes of the University of Minnesota on a story about the science happening at our research center.

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The Academic Minute

Podcast The Academic Minute featured Professor Cathy Murphy of the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign on a story about gold nanoparticles.

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Milwaukee Public Radio

Milwaukee Public Radio did another story featuring Professor Rebecca Klaper of the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, discussing “The Health of Wisconsin’s Waters.”

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Oklahoma Public Radio

Race Matters, a production of the University of Oklahoma, featured Professor Rigoberto Hernandez of Johns Hopkins University, where he discussed his leadership of the Open Chemistry Collaborative for Diversity Equity (OXIDE).

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More CSN in the Media

UI Scientists Probe Nano Effects, by Jenna Larson – article in The Daily Iowan, October 26, 2016

From Nano to Nature: Predicting the fate of nanomaterials in the environment is no small task, by Korin Wheeler – article in Slate featuring CSN research, September 29, 2016

Art-Science Collaborations: Change of Perspective, by Sheila Mulrooney Eldred – article in Nature featuring Professor Cathy Murphy, September 1, 2016

Safer Nanotech, by Maia Pujara – profile of Professor Joel Pedersen in grow: Wisconsin’s Magazine for the Life Sciences, August 2016

Fluorescence is Like a Rave at the Molecular Level, by Carli Velocci – article on Gizmodo about CSN/ACS Reactions video, July 16, 2016

Energy and U – University of Minnesota Foundation magazine spread featuring Professor Christy Haynes, summer 2016

Small-scale Science Leads to Large-scale Collaboration – article on the CSN at UW Madison in Badger Chemist magazine, spring 2016

Six things I wish I’d known before starting college – roundtable interview featuring Professor Erin Carlson on Minnesota Public Radio, April 8, 2016

Coverage of CSN research on NMC battery materials – on television from KARE 11 and FOX 9, and online at the Minnesota Daily, Science Daily, Green Car Congress, Watts Up With That,, and the American Chemical Society News Service, spring 2016

Unsafe Lead Levels in Tap Water Not Limited to Flint, by Michael Wines & John Schwartz - New York Times article including interview with Professor Rebecca Klaper, February 8, 2016

Health Effects of Emerging Contaminants in Freshwater Lakes – Milwaukee Public Radio interview with Professor Rebecca Klaper, March 28, 2013