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Online Brown-Bag: Exhibit Small Talk - Engaging Various Audiences with the Nano Mini-Exhibition (Recorded)

The Nano mini-exhibition was designed to have a very wide reach, with hosts in multiple settings across the United States. Thus, a large part of the development process was dedicated to creating tools to make the exhibition welcoming and accessible to as many people as possible. In this third conversation of the “Exhibits Small Talk” series, we will highlight the resources available from the NISE Net for audience engagement around the Nano mini-exhibition and share how some partner host sites have utilized and adapted resources to create uniquely engaging opportunities for their own...

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Size and Scale (Elementary and Middle School curriculum lesson)

Students will examine the order of size of objects from the nanoscale to macroscale to visualize exponents and decimals, make size comparisons of objects, and develop an understanding of how small a nanometer is in comparison to common objects. This lesson uses the metric system.

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What’s Nano About Toilets?

Nanoscale science and technology (“nano” for short) is all around us and growing rapidly. Discovery how nanotechnology found in nature may eventually be applied to make even the most mundane tasks like scrubbing toilets a thing of the past!

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Liquid Armor - Mr. O video

In this episode of O Wow Moments with Mr. O from the Children's Museum of Houston, learn how nanotechnology is being used to create new types of protective fabrics.

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Invisibility Cloak video

A short film comedically exploring the idea of invisibility cloaks and how this possible new technology may influence society.

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A Little Bit of Sunshine

In this episode of O Wow Moments with Mr. O from the Children's Museum of Houston, Mr. O compares sunblock containing nanoparticles to ointment.

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Inside Science TV Nanotechnology Videos

Inside Science TV produced by the American Institute of Physics features videos on nanotechnology including: Nanotech Material Protects Against Most Liquids

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Nano Rap Videos - from Science Rapper Coma Niddy

Science rapper Mike Wilson AKA Coma Niddy has created several different nanotechnology videos. Did you know that silver has antimicrobial abilities? The same silver that is in jewelry can kill germs, fungus and bacteria. Some scientists have developed nano-silver which is even more effective at blasting away germs. Learn all about here at Coma Niddy University!

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Nanoparticles and Brain Tumors and Nano Startup online games

Nano Start Up is a science game for students (kids) in grades 5 – 8 to research and develop a business plan for a nano particle.

Nanoparticles and Brain Tumors is a series of videos and online activities for students in grades 10 – 12 and early college to develop a nanoparticle and explore its properties, and apply nanoparticle technology to assist in virtual brain surgery. Includes teacher guide and glossary.

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