Find out how researchers in nanotechnology and quantum materials are transforming computing, medicine, communication, biological imaging, and more.
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Developed and presented with support from the National Science Foundation via the Center for Integrated Quantum Materials, QSTORM Research Collaborative, Scalable Nanomanufacturing, Center for High-rate Nanomanufacturing, Nanoscale Science and Engineering Center, and the NISE Network.
Upcoming Topics May Include:
- Dazzling Diamond and the Quantum Revolution: Diamonds are valued for their beauty and hardness, and now they may also hold the key to our future in quantum computing and sensing!
- The Future of Computing with Quantum Materials: We’ve seen computers get smaller, faster, and more powerful, but we’re reaching the limits of silicon… Now researchers are trying to figure out what comes NEXT.
- Making Molecular Movies with QSTORM: Discover how researchers are using cutting-edge imaging technologies to capture the actions of the tiniest molecular machines inside living cells.
- Bioengineering a Cancer Treatment: Learn how researchers are using nanotechnology to better diagnose and treat cancer.
- From Chemical Engineer to Cancer Warrior: Follow the inspirational story of Dr. Jessica Winter, a chemical engineer and cancer survivor on a mission to get her discoveries out of the lab and into the hands of doctors
Approximately 20 minutes
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Recommended for: Grades 6 – 12 and adults
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