75: NanoArtography: Combining Nanoscience and Art (ft. Dr. Babak Anasori)
Do you know that there is an international science image competition that combines nanoscience and art? This is called NanoArtography. Every year of the competition has garnered over 100 submissions, and researchers from over 20 different countries submitted images of their research to illustrate what they are studying and showcase its beauty.
In today’s episode, we welcome Dr. Babak Anasori, the Editor in Chief for the new Graphene and 2D Materials journal at Springer Nature Group and an Assistant Professor at the Purdue University School of Engineering. With him we discuss:
🔹️ What exactly NanoArtography is.
🔹️ How did the concept of NanoArtography get started.
🔹 How this competition can lead to more advancements in science.
🔹Advice to young materials scientists and engineers who want to set up a fulfilling and successful career.
🔹And much more!
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