RICHLAND, Wash. – Research into the interactions of engineering nanoparticles with living cells will be discussed at noon Friday, Nov. 1, in the Bioproducts, Sciences and Engineering Laboratory 101 at Washington State University Tri-Cities. BSEL is next to the campus greenhouses at 2720 Crimson Way, Richland. Admission is free to the public.
Tunnel vision. It’s not the narrow focus or limited vision you imagine, at least not in Kerry Hipps molecular world. For his purposes, tunnel means tunneling spectroscopy and microscopy, which, Hipps says, “allow us to probe the nanometer world.” Hipps and his students examine matter at the molecular level. And the results of their research […]