Nano is an interactive exhibition that engages family audiences in nanoscale science, engineering, and technology. Hands-on exhibits present the basics of nanoscience and engineering, introduce some real world applications, and explore the societal and ethical implications of this new technology.
Nano was created by the Nanoscale Informal Science Education Network (NISE Network) with support from the National Science Foundation. The Nano exhibition is intended for long-term display in museums across the United States, where it will engage tens of millions of people. More than ninety copies of Nano will be fabricated; all copies will be identical and distributed to museum partners free of charge. The exhibition complements NanoDays events and other NISE Network educational experiences. The NISE Network offered partners in the United States the opportunity to apply for a free copy of the Nano mini-exhibition. Online applications were due March 1, 2012 - the application period is now closed.
- One page flyer with images and description
- Nano Mini-exhibition: includes host resources and technical manual, photos, walkthrough video, and more
- Nano exhibition public website: whatisnano.org
- Nano exhibition public website Audio Description: whatisnano/ad
- Questions: For general questions and the waiting list, please contact your NISE Net regional hub leader