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Published on Oct 19, 2011
Jason R. Dwyer is a professor of chemistry at the University of Rhode Island where he leads a research team working at the nexus of chemistry, physics and biology. In this lecture, Dwyer, a bottom-up nanotechnologist who works on the development of nano-sensors, discusses where nanotechnology is today via some examples of current applications and where the field is going over the next 10-20 years.