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How do you successfully transition your academic discoveries to a commercial market? Join us as Chad Mirkin discusses TERA-print, a Northwestern University start-up company based upon the inventions of Polymer Pen Lithography (PPL) and Beam Pen Lithography (BBL). In addition to underlying the ...
What do you need to fly around the world using only the power of the sun? A whole lot of chemistry. Join Claude Michel of Solvay as he explains the materials and science that allowed for the creation of the Solar Impulse, a solar powered plane that is currently working on circumnavigating the ...
In the past, being near or farsighted could profoundly affect one's life. Now it is merely a minor inconvenience. Join us as Heather Sheardown of McMaster University explores the current materials used in contact lenses and how chemists are working to make them more comfortable. Heather will also ...
How not listening to "you can’t do that!" ended up making better athletic shoes and kayaks. Edmund Carnahan will profile a revolutionary chain shuttling catalysis that enables the production of polymers with novel properties that have found use in a wide variety of applications. If you find ...