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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...
The magnetic force of the ions can be compared to a pinball machine with three different masses. If the same impulse is applied to each ball, only the one with the ideal mass will "hit" the target. The objective is to...
Results from the most extensive U.S. study on teens and their use of digital media show that America's youth are developing important social and technical skills online- often in ways adults do not understand or value....
Forget 9-volts, AAs, AAAs or D batteries: The energy for tomorrow's miniature electronic devices could come from tiny microbatteries about half the size of a human cell and built with viruses.Read how three MIT...
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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