Leading Scientists Discuss Converging Technologies: George Whitesides
This is one of a series of interviews with scientists working at the convergence of nanotechnology, biotechnology, information technology and cognitive science. Participants discuss their definition of technological convergence, how this might affect various scientific fields and what obstacles must be addressed to reach convergence’s full potential. In this video, George Whitesides of Harvard University discusses technological convergence.
Coverage, from Voice of America, on our recent publication in PNAS - "A Universal Mobile Electrochemical Detector Designed for Use in Resource-Limited Applications", Nemiroski, A., Christodouleas.D.C, Hennek.J.W, Kumar.A.A, Maxwell.E.J, Fernandez-Abedul.M.T, and Whitesides.G.M., PNAS, 2014, 111, 11984-11989
Coverage, from C&EN, of our recent article in ACS Nano "Engineering Shadows to Fabricate Optical Metasurfaces", Nemiroski, A., Gonidec.M., Fox.J.M, Jean-Remy.P., Turnage.E., and Whitesides.G.M, ACS Nano, 2014, 11