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Small, Smaller, Nano! Podcasts

Nanotechnology podcast developed by Arizona Science Center in Phoenix, AZ. Episodes: • Small, Smaller, Nano! - Let's Learn About Thin-Film Solar Panels • Small, Smaller, Nano! - Vamos Aprender que son Paneles Solares de Pelicula Delgada • Small, Smaller, Nano! - Let's Learn About Graphene • Small, Smaller, Nano! - Vamos Aprender que es Grafeno • Small, Smaller, Nano - Let's Learn About the Nano Mini Exhibition • Small, Smaller, Nano! - Conociendo la Mini Exhibicion de Nano • Small, Smaller, Nano! - Let's Learn About Cilia...

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Sustainable Nano podcast

Curious about nanotechnology, sustainability, or life in science? The Sustainable Nano podcast is produced by the Center for Sustainable Nanotechnology, a chemistry research center funded by the U.S. National Science Foundation. Episodes focus on what nanotechnology has to do with sustainability, car batteries, viruses, and more. The Center for Sustainable Nanotechnology is an initiative funded by the National Science Foundation to carry out research that will enable the development of sustainable, societally beneficial nanotechnologies.

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Online Brown-Bag: Findings from NISE Net's Public Impact Studies (Recorded)

During this brown-bag conversation, participants learn about findings from several NISE Net evaluation studies focusing on the Network’s public impacts. In this conversation you’ll get (a) a snapshot of the entirety of NISE Net's ten-year public impact, and (b) a description of the kind of impacts that any single institution might have on its visitors.

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Online Brown-Bag: Planning a Museum and Community Partnership Project (Recorded)

This conversation provides an introduction to NISE Net’s new Museum & Community Partnerships project, which will support efforts by Network partners to develop or improve existing partnerships with local community-based organizations. Through these partnerships, museums will be able to extend their reach to underserved audiences and help community organizations provide high-quality STEM learning experiences to their audiences. During the brown-bag, presenters introduce the project and walk through the eligibility and application process for the physical Explore Science kit. We’ll also...

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Online Brown-Bag: Findings from the Professional Impacts Summative Evaluation (Recorded)

Hear the highlights from the NISE Network Professional Impacts Summative Evaluation. This longitudinal study explored how the Network impacted museum and university professionals’ sense of community, understanding of nano content, and implementation of nano education. Members of the NISE Net's Evaluation Team share stories and details about how the Network has successfully reached professionals in these areas.

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From Lab to Fab: Pioneers in Nano-Manufacturing

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From Lab to Fab: Pioneers in Nano-Manufacturing

How can we mass-produce sophisticated products from materials too small to see? "From Lab to Fab" follows the story of two nanotech entrepreneurs navigating the rocky road from discovery to commercialization, with products ranging from tiny implantable body sensors to bullet-proof vests and aircraft flooring.

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Online Brown-Bag: Beyond NanoDays - New Ideas for Presenting the Smallest Science (Recorded)

Everyone loves NanoDays festivities, but how do you keep people excited about nano the rest of the year? Join us to discover the innovative ways your colleagues are introducing nano outside of NanoDays! We’ll learn how partners are incorporating nano into nature detective activities, take-home workbooks shared at public events such as minor league baseball games, and exciting flash mobs. Come and learn some new ways to present the smallest science!

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Online Brown-Bag: The Science Behind NanoDays 2015 - Part 2 (Recorded)

This is a recording of a NISE Network online brown-bag conversation held in March 2015 focused on the applications and scientific background behind NISE Net activities related to nano food and transmission electron microscopes (TEMs). The presentation covered a variety of past and present NanoDays activities, including Exploring Products - Nano Food and Exploring Tools - Transmission Electron Microscopes (TEMs).

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Online Brown-Bag: Improving NanoDays Trainings with Team-Based Inquiry - Partner Examples (Recorded)

Did you see that book or those digital files about something called Team-Based Inquiry (TBI) in your NanoDays kit? Are you wondering what they are all about? Join us as we talk about Team-Based Inquiry, an evaluation-capacity building process developed by the NISE Network, and discuss a couple of different ways you can think about improving your institution's events, programs, or trainings using TBI! We will cover what TBI is before providing examples from Network partners about how they have used it to create better staff and training programs around nano.

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Online Brown-Bag: Videos 101 - Tips, Tricks, and Strategies for Small-Scale to Large-Scale Video Production (Recorded)

If a picture is worth a thousand words, then a video is worth a million (or more, depending on the length of the video and frames per second)! Videos have a wide-variety of uses from generating excitement about a topic or explaining a concept, to detailing a process, providing professional development, and for marketing. Videos are a powerful tool and now hardware and software advances have literally placed video production into the palm of your hand! During this online brown-bag conversation, NISE Net partners explore both small and large-scale productions for a variety of video projects...

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