Theater and Stage Presentations
Public programs are delivered by an educator, actor, or STEM professional and may incorporate stage presentations, scripted science theater performances, demonstrations, interactive games. These programs typically last up to 20 minutes and are held in a dedicated auditorium or seating area for small or large audiences.
World of Carbon Nanotubes Stage Presentation and Posters
Poster and slide presentation on carbon nanotubes.
Surface Area - stage presentation
This is a large group version of the Surface Area program. In this interactive stage presentation, audience members are measured in nanometers and demonstrate the effectiveness of "nano" silver in killing germs. Other highlights include a fireball that starts and...
In this activity, learners discover the basics of nanoscale science, engineering, and technology through a game show format.
Mentos and Soda Explosion
In this stage presentation, learners experience a dramatic and messy demonstration on the effects of surface area.
Making Molecular Movies with QSTORM
In this stage presentation, learners are introduced to an interdisciplinary research project making advances in biological imaging.
The Amazing Nano Brothers Juggling Show
Stage presentation using juggling focused on atoms, molecules, nanoscale forces.
Cleaning Our Water with Nanotechnology
In this stage presentation, learners experience demonstrations about how we can make contaminated water safe to drink using a variety of technologies.
The Moon: NASA is Going Back and Looking Forward presentation
Professional development training tool to prepare staff and volunteers to facilitate Explore Science: Earth and Space activities and conversations.
Robots & People
In this activity, learners imagine and draw a robot for a particular task after a quick presentation on robots and nanobots.
Survival: A Game Show about People, Planet, and Prosperity
In this activity, learners will work as a team to discover that the three main pillars of sustainability (People, Planet, and Prosperity) are interconnected and necessary to a healthy future.