Tagged with "nanotechnology"

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  1. nanoZone

    nanoZone

    Case Study

    by Darrell Porcello Published June 13 2007

    The nanoZone is both a website and an exhibition at UC Berkeley's Lawrence Hall of Science. The exhibition introduces basic nanoscale and state-of-the-art nanotechnology science to an 8 to 14-year-old audience. Content focuses on the smallness of a...

  2. It's a Nano World

    It's a Nano World

    Case Study

    by Catherine McCarthy Published July 30 2007

    It's a Nano World: Smaller than a Spot on a Ladybug A traveling 3,000 sq. ft. hands-on interactive museum exhibition that introduces children and their families to the biological wonders of the nano world thatÂ’s too small to see with just...

  3. Zoom into Nano

    Zoom into Nano

    Case Study

    by Catherine McCarthy Published July 30 2007

    A traveling 5,000 sq. ft. hands-on interactive museum exhibition focusing on how we see and make things that are too small to see. Nanoscale science and engineering is the process through which materials are manipulated on the molecular scale to...

  4. NanoAventura

    NanoAventura

    Case Study

    by Sandra Murriello Published May 28 2008

    Goal: Motivate scientific interest and curiosity on this emerging field, presenting basic notions on nanoscience and potential uses of nanotechnology. Description: One guide and four facilitators lead an hour-long visit for a group with a maximum of...