Nanotechnology is a manipulation of matter on the atomic or molecular level. A small innovative company in Odessa, Florida, has used this form of technology to create clean water and cool air to foster more sustainable living.
In this episode of SciTech Now, a look at how one school is turning data into sound; engineering bird-friendly glass; a study that contributes to a healthy brain; and technology creating clean water and cool air.
From computers and phones to e-readers and watches, our world is filled with display screens. Now, two researchers at the University of Central Florida are developing nanostructures with tunable pigments, which can be used to create flexible, thin screens.
In this episode of SciTech Now: thin, flexible screens may be the future of technology; understanding the significance of gravitational waves; a company that’s giving a new kind of voice to those with speech disorders; and how pesticides used a century ago are affecting residents of a Washington town.