The amazing little pepticles
April 10, 2014 It is funny that a molecule (really a small chunk of amino acids) could potentially find so many uses in our world. Yet peptides seem to be doing just that. more »»
Are we on the verge of a new physics?
February 27, 2014 Of course, we live in a fast-paced world; it doesn’t seem to come as a surprise to us when our society comes to a new understanding of some technology or science. more »»
The case for nuclear power
January 16, 2014 The word “nuclear” has for some time struck fear into the American public. Of course, there is a good reason for this. Nuclear weapons became a significant threat during the Cold Wa. more »»
Nanoparticles: the medicine of the future?
December 19, 2013 I will start with the obvious question first, what are nanoparticles? Well, the reason they have the name nanoparticle is because they typically have lengths of 1 to 100 nanometers. more »»
August 22, 2013 Why am I funding this? Why waste the money on new telescopes and physics labs? These are certainly valid questions, especially in tight economic times. more »»
Have antibiotics become less useful?
August 8, 2013 Imagine the world in 1928. At that time most bacterial diseases were untreatable, though it had been discovered that some molds could inhibit the growth of bacteria. more »»