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Close up magnified image of a microchip

Zoom into a Microchip video

In this video, learners see the tiny wires and the crisscrossing patterns of the microchip's circuits while learning a bit about why making it small is important.
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Everything is atoms

Combined Zoom Poster: Everything Is Made of Atoms - Butterfly, Bloodstream, Computer Chip

This poster features zooms into three familiar objects - a human heart, a butterfly's wing, and a laptop computer.
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Zoom Into a Computer Chip posters

This poster features a computer chip across ten orders of magnitude.
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Zoom Into a Butterfly Wing poster

An illustrated poster showing a butterfly's wing across ten orders of magnitude; various printing formats with and without annotation included along with formative evaluation.
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Zoom Into the Human Bloodstream poster

An illustrated poster showing the human bloodstream across ten orders of magnitude; various printing formats with and without annotation included along with formative evaluation.
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NanoLab exhibit magnets being arranged into the work Nanolab

NanoLab exhibit

An exhibit that was part of the Nanotechnology: What's the Big Deal? exhibition that explores how nanoscientists use special devices and laboratories to build and manipulate materials on the nanoscale
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Scientific Image - iPhone Motherboard

Photograph of an Apple iPhone motherboard.
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Scientific Image - Cornell Nanoscientists in clean room

Scientific Image -Nanoscientists Working in a Clean Room

Photographs of scientists working in the Cornell NanoScale Science & Technology Facility.
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Transistros in a single computer memory cell

Scientific Image - Single Memory Cell

Scanning electron microscope (SEM) image of computer transistors on an Apple A4 microprocessor.
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Microscopic composite image of an Apple A4 computer microprocessor.

Scientific Image - Apple A4 Microprocessor

Microscopic composite image of an Apple A4 computer microprocessor.
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Child using puzzle blocks to make images in Build a Giant Puzzle Block NanoDays activity

Build a Giant Puzzle!

In this activity, learners assemble blocks to make images and discover how different objects are connected to nanotechnology.
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A circuit etched on a board using photolithography.

Photolithography

In this long activity, learners will use UV light to transfer a pattern (either a network of very small metal wires or self-drawn patterns) onto a plastic board in a process called photolithography.
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