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The Future of Computing

In this stage presentation, learners are asked to consider how smaller, faster, better computers in the future might impact their lives after a short presentation.
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Scientific Image - Graphite Flakes

Magnified image of graphite flakes using a Scanning Electron Microscope.
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Scientific Image - Graphene models

Vector illustrations of ball-and-stick models of a graphene structure.
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Logo for online workshop recordings

Online Workshop Recording: Nano Brown-Bag: The Science Behind NanoDays 2015 - Part 1

Online professional development workshop recording (2015).
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NanoDays Heat Transfer activity components

Exploring Properties - Heat Transfer

In this activity, learners investigate how quickly heat is transferred through two different materials.
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Girl looking at stained glass craft using NanoDays Exploring Materials - Stained-Glass Windows

NanoDays 2015 Digital Kit

Digital download of all public engagement and professional development files in the NanoDays 2015 kit designed to engage the public in nanoscale science, engineering, and technology and their impact on society.impact on society.
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Children using Exploring Fabrication - Gummy Capsules

NanoDays 2013 Digital Kit

Digital download of all public engagement and professional development files in the NanoDays 2013 kit designed to engaging the public in nanoscale science, engineering, and technology and their impact on society.impact on society.
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Carbon nanotube structure from nanotubes activity

Nanotube Models

In this activity, learners will be able to use Molecular Visions model kits to build carbon nanotubes.
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Nobel Winning Experiment

In this O Wow Moments video, Mr. O re-creates a Nobel Prize winning experiment with graphene.
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Poster illustration a zoomed image from graphene pencil line down to the molecular level

Zoom into a Pencil Line of Graphene with an Atomic Force Microscope (AFM) - Illustration

This poster feature zoomed images of a pencil line down to the molecular level.
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