“Macro, Micro and Nano Stretch-Ability” is a fun, hands AND feet on game which explores objects on several different scales. This activity teaches visitors about the macroscale, microscale and nanoscale, the objects within those scales and the way we measure these objects.
This is a recording of a NISE Network online brown-bag conversation held in January 2015 that shares how some NISE Net partners present the basics of nano to different audiences. Presenters share their favorite examples, activities, resources, and videos.
The Children's Museum of Houston's 1,350 square foot permanent exhibition, The Matter Factory, offers a glimpse into the concepts of materials science, including properties of matter and potential uses for different substances and smart materials. The exhibition invites children and families to explore how matter matters in our daily lives. Exhibits experiment with different properties of matter, test and sort materials based on their properties, and examine unique properties of emerging materials recently developed by scientists.
The exhibition NANO VIEW was set up by the students of Leuven’s Academy of Art (SLAC) and showed the world of nanotechnology through the eyes of 800 youngsters. The works of arts were first shows in SLAC and later on at IMEC Netherlands and KHLeuven.