Department of Chemistry
Building a path toward computer memory written with light
University of Victoria’s Natia Frank is developing next-generation materials to lower computer power consumption
By Louisa Dalton, special to C&EN
Volume 96 Issue 6...
A Conversation with Natia Frank
The physical organic chemist is developing next-generation materials for low-power computer memory.
ACS Cent. Sci., 2018, 4 (1), pp 1–2
Natia interviewed for C&E News cover story: Confronting sexual harassment in chemistry, Sep 18 2017
Well-written (but not for the faint-hearted) article on sexual harassment issues in Chemistry by Linda Wang and Andrea Widener
Times Colonist interview with Richard Watts, Apr 18, 2017
CFAX 1070 radio Mark Brennae interview on photomagnetic materials, Apr 13 2017
Bell Media, April 13, 2017.
Interview on Roundhouse Vancouver "Evenings With Kirk LaPointe - Natia Frank"
A new material set to revolutionize how smart phones and computers work is here. Natia Frank, material chemist and developer speaks with Kirk on the details of...
'Super computer': B.C. scientist creates energy-efficient computer memory
Photomagnetism covered on full story on CTV on Air April 12, 2017
Spirooxazines originally developed by Michelle Paquette allow modulation of short wavelength emission in spirooxazine-dyads. Read more in Journal of the American Chemical Society, Volume: 136 Issue: 34 Pages: 11994-12003, .DOI: 10.1021/...