Nanotechnology brings new challenges, new solutions | “The Science Show”

4 years ago

Professor Paul Weiss discusses the early days of nanotechnology and some key technical advances with science journalist Robyn Williams on “The Science Show”. The Australian Broadcasting Corp’s award winning “The […]

Nanotechnology brings new challenges, new solutions | “The Science Show”
December 5

2019 Nanotechnology Recognition Award

5 years ago

Professor Paul S Weiss has been awarded the AVS Nanometer-Scale Science and Technology Division (NSTD) 2019 Nanotechnology Recognition Award. Weiss is a UC Presidential Chair and Distinguished Professor of Chemistry […]

2019 Nanotechnology Recognition Award
October 31

IEEE Pioneer Award in Nanotechnology

5 years ago

Professor Paul Weiss has been chosen for the 2019 Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE) Pioneer Award in Nanotechnology. Weiss is being recognized for “exploring the ultimate limits of […]

IEEE Pioneer Award in Nanotechnology
April 11

2019 MRS Fellow

5 years ago

Professor Paul Weiss has been named a 2019 Fellow of the Materials Research Society (MRS) in recognition of his ground-breaking nanoscience research. Weiss holds a UC Presidential Chair and is […]

2019 MRS Fellow
March 15

UCLA researchers develop synthetic T cells that mimic form, function of human version

6 years ago

Professors Louis Bouchard and Paul Weiss are part of team whose discovery could be a step toward developing treatments for cancer and autoimmune diseases. An associate professor in the UCLA […]

UCLA researchers develop synthetic T cells that mimic form, function of human version
June 27

A world of applications from nanomaterials | “The Science Show”

6 years ago

Professor Paul Weiss discussed the future of nanoscience and nanotechnology in an interview with science journalist Robyn Williams on the popular radio program. The Australian Broadcasting Corp’s “The Science Show” […]

A world of applications from nanomaterials  | “The Science Show”
April 16

Paul S. Weiss group UCLA collaboration could improve gene therapies

6 years ago

The researchers have utilized microscopic splinter-like structures called “nanospears” for the targeted delivery of biomolecules straight to patient cells.  These magnetically guided nanostructures could enable gene therapies that are safer, […]

Paul S. Weiss group UCLA collaboration could improve gene therapies
March 16

Science Magazine Editor’s Choice

6 years ago

Professor Paul Weiss group’s cover article in ACS Nano on etching silicon nanotubes is featured as “editor’s choice” in Science Magazine. In the original work, they report a robust and general […]

Science Magazine Editor’s Choice
December 8