Educational videos include standalone films as well as short audiovisual clips that can be incorporated into public educational experiences.
Nobel Winning Experiment
In this O Wow Moments video, Mr. O re-creates a Nobel Prize winning experiment with graphene.
A Little Bit of Sunshine
In this O Wow Moments video, Mr. O compares sunblock containing nanoparticles to ointment.
In this O Wow Moments video, Mr. O talks about how nanotechnology is being used to create new types of protective fabrics.
Speed-ucate Video or How to have an Effective Science and Society Conversation
In this 7-minute video, actors depict facilitators in a comedic take on a TV dating show to showcase tips for having meaningful conversations with museum visitors.
America's Next Top Presenter
In this 6-minute comedic training video, actors depicts facilitators exploring common pitfalls and best practices for giving an entertaining and educational stage presentation
Three Angry Scientists
In this 20-minute film, actors depict a dramatic conversation on the risks and benefits of new technology.
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.
What’s Nano About Toilets?
In this 30-second video, viewers quickly learn how nanocoatings inspired by nature can keep things clean.
How to make a how-to instructional training video
In this 2-minute video, an experienced facilitator walks viewers through how to make a how-to instructional training video.
Changing Our Relationship With Science video
In this 8-minute video, scientists from Harvard, Princeton and Duke University imagine the future of science and technology in thirty, or fifty years.