LaShanda Korley, the Climo Associate Professor in the Department of Macromolecular Science and Engineering, was one of two invited speakers from the U.S. to MAKRO 2016, a conference held in Germany.
She delivered a lecture titled “Utilizing concepts of mechanics, transport, and assembly in Nature – towards responsive materials.”
The conference was the biennial meeting of the GDCh-Division of Macromolecular Chemistry.
In addition, Korley presented a Nano Nugget—a short video of how nanotechnology has impacted or will impact a field—as part of the first-ever National Nanotechnology Day Oct. 9.
From The Daily (10/28/16)