Living in a Materials World: The Science Behind StuffBoise State - Beyond the Blue Faculty Podcasts (2012)
Materials matter to all of us. In this podcast, Dr. Moll explains how everyday objects are made of materials designed to have specific properties and perform in certain ways. From the mundane (shower curtains, cooking pans, roof shingles) to the extraordinary (aircraft engines, artificial organs), materials impact all aspects of our life. She examines how this direct link to the everyday world makes materials science and engineering topics so fascinating. In particular, Dr. Moll reveals the secrets of how materials science and engineering have made your smartphone possible.
Publication DateJanuary 22, 2012
Citation InformationAmy J. Moll. "Living in a Materials World: The Science Behind Stuff" Boise State - Beyond the Blue Faculty Podcasts (2012)
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