Join UCSD Chemist Mike Sailor to explore nanotechnologies that have been developed to make reliable, inexpensive and low-power sensors and the advances and challenges that make more sophisticated sensor devices possible. Series: 'Atoms to X-Rays'.
Scientists have developed nanoscale biosensors that can help detect diseases on farms and in hospitals. Disease Detectors is a segment from Partners Video Magazine's latest episode, The Science of Small.
Researchers are discovering how nano-scale tracers can uncover the sources of pollution in America's farm fields and waters. Following the Flow is a segment from Partners Video Magazine's latest episode, The Science of Small.
James Castracane, head of the College of Nanoscale Science and Engineering (CNSE)'s Nanobiosciences Constellation and Professor of Nanoscience, introduces a "lab on a chip" and its uses in nanobioscience technology.
Scientists and engineers are collaborating across disciplines to develop and network miniaturized intelligent nanosensors that can rapidly and remotely detect change in their surroundings. These sensors have a wide range of potential applications: environmental, medical, military and transportation. This workshop will focus on revealing the chemistry and physics behind the creation and application of these sensors. Series: 'Molecules for the Media'