Life, the Universe and Hot Dogs series—“Nanoscience for Human Health: The Next Big Thing Will Be Very Small!”

Hear from Giuseppe Strangi, professor of physics and the Ohio Research Scholar in Surfaces of Advanced Materials, at the next Life, the Universe and Hot Dogs series event. Held Tuesday, Sept. 22, at 7:30 p.m., Strangi will present “Nanoscience for Human Health: The Next Big Thing Will Be Very Small!”

Strangi will explain what nanoscience is, and how the power of the very small is being used to tackle big problems in human health.

Access the Zoom link.

About the series

Co-sponsored by the CWRU Institute for the Science of Origins, Siegal Lifelong Learning Program, and the Happy Dog Bar, Life, the Universe and Hot Dogs is held twice weekly. Typically, the series is held at Happy Dog in the Gordon Square Arts District, but the series has moved online for the duration of the pandemic. 

Talks range from the origin of the universe to the beginnings of life on earth to the birth of the human mind.

All talks are free and open to the public. They last approximately 45 minutes, including the presentation and time for audience questions and discussion.

Visit the Institute for the Science of Origins website to see the full schedule.