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In this animated object, learners consider how nanoscientists are mimicking intracellular movements when building nanobots.
These are the slides for the NetWorks Webinar that was held on 1/23/2009 for eSyst: Electronics 2010 update 5. If you are an Electronics Faculty, or Chair of an Electronics department, this is a webinar not to miss....
This is an educational video on YouTube describing how the technology of superconductors in magnetic levitation works. It starts off by showing a futuristic flying car, then describing how this technology might one day...
This website, created by the State University of New York at Albany, has several videos that explain the concepts and applications of nanotechnology to high school and middle school students. Videos include...
This is a diagram which illustrates the scale of nanotechnology, at the nanometer scale. It will help students to visualize the true scale of nanotechnology by comparing nanofabricated materials to common items such as...
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