Illumination from nanobionic plants might one day replace some electrical lighting. Light-emitting watercress plants in front of a reflective paper. [Read More]
Arugula leaf - An easier way to engineer plants, team uses nanoparticles to deliver genes into plant chloroplasts. [Read More]
“Artificial blubber” protects divers in frigid water... a way to triple the survival time for swimmers in wetsuits. [Read More]
The team’s test device - producing electricity by harnessing temperature fluctuations in the air.
Bionic plants - Nanotechnology could turn shrubbery into supercharged energy producers or sensors for explosives. [Read More]
In order to improve the human condition, the Strano Research Group seeks to understand nanometer-scale phenomena using mathematics and chemistry and invent new technologies for health, energy, food production, and materials science.