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Published by the National Nanotechnology Infrastructure Network, and created by Alonda Droege and the University of Washington, this 50-minute activity "explores how nanotechnology can be used to change the properties...
This experiment, presented by the National Nanotechnology Infrastructure Network, covers Shape Memory Alloys or Smart Materials. A Smart Material or Shape Memory Alloys belongs to a class of materials which displays the...
Published by the National Nanotechnology Infrastructure Network, this activity allows students to design their own Rube Goldberg device which incorporates shape memory alloys. The goals of the lesson are "encourage...
Published by the National Nanotechnology Infrastructure Network, this hour-long activity has students "simulate the function of a scanning probe microscope" by creating their own scanning probe microscope (SPM) boxes. ...
Nanooze is a website that has been created to get kids excited about science and especially nanotechnology. The world that is too small to see is full of interesting stuff. Scientists and engineers are beginning to...
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