Posts Tagged ‘nanotechnology’

Yeadon lectures at Cornell

Peter Yeadon (Professor, Interior Architecture) recently delivered a lecture on advanced materials to architecture students at Cornell University. He described how advancements in the development of new materials offer tremendous opportunities for innovation, and demonstrated how this is particularly so with smart materials and nanostructured materials that adapt to changes that they “sense” in their environment, such as variations in temperature, humidity, […]

Yeadon to judge genetic machines

The International Genetically Engineered Machine (iGEM) Foundation has asked Peter Yeadon (Professor, Interior Architecture) to return as a Judge at their annual international synthetic biology competition. iGEM spun out of MIT in 2012 and became an independent nonprofit organization that fosters scientific research and education through organizing and operating the annual iGEM Competition, the world’s […]

Yeadon to judge international research

The International Genetically Engineered Machine (iGEM) Foundation has invited Peter Yeadon (Professor,  Interior Architecture) to serve as a juror for their annual international synthetic biology competition. iGEM spun out of MIT in 2012 and became an independent nonprofit organization that fosters scientific research and education through organizing and operating the annual iGEM Competition, the world’s […]

Yeadon lectures at AIA NY Center for Architecture

Peter Yeadon (Professor, Interior Architecture) will give a lecture at the Center for Architecture in Manhattan on Tuesday 9 September, 6:00 – 8:00 PM. This presentation, titled “Substance Abuse: Various Exotic States of Manipulated Matter,” has been organized by the Technology Committee of the American Institute of Architects New York. In his talk, Peter will […]