The NISE Network is no longer creating and distributing new NanoDays kits; the last kit we created was in 2015. We encourage you to hold NanoDays events and use NanoDays materials year-round. You can download digital kit materials from the 2015 kit as well other prior kits.
NanoDays has grown into a nationwide festival engaging the public in nanoscale science, engineering, and technology – with events taking place at over 250 science museums, research centers, and universities across the country from Puerto Rico to Hawaii. We hope you continue to hold NanoDays events and to use NanoDays materials year-round in ways that enhances your educational programming, meets your institution’s needs, and above all, engages your visitors in fun, hands-on science for years to come.
Future Future Dates: (last weekend in March - first weekend in April)
To help in continuing these efforts, we’ve provided future dates for NanoDays:
- 2016: March 26-April 3
- 2017: March 25-April 2
- 2018: March 31-April 8
- 2019: March 30-April 7
- 2020: March 28-April 5
NanoDays training videos
NanoDays Digital Kit Archives
NanoDays Past Participants
- Participants-NanoDays 2008
- Participants-NanoDays 2009
- Participants-NanoDays 2010
- Participants-NanoDays 2011
- Participants-NanoDays 2012
- Participants-NanoDays 2013
- Participants-NanoDays 2014
- Participants-NanoDays 2015
Social Networking sites (Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn)
Marketing and Promotional Materials
Need help marketing your NanoDays events?
Check out our Promotional Materials, and see our NanoDays Promotional Video
All NanoDays educational products on the website
Alex Fiorentino, former NISE Net programs team member and Museum of Science Boston Education Associate, sent us this clip of his NanoDays song. Enjoy!
Images from NanoDays Past & Present
Get a glimpse of what your colleagues were up to during their NanoDays by visiting our NISE Network Flickr pool. Still have NanoDays pictures? You can upload them!