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View Resource What is Nano-Infusion?

This page from Nano-Link describes Nano-Infusion. This program "promotes integration and inclusion of nanoscale concepts into high school and college level education." Teachers are encouraged to join the free program to obtain training, support, and nano-related supplies that will aid in introducing nano experiments into their classrooms. To join the program, applicants merely need to create...

View Resource Nanomaterials: Curriculum, Content and Careers

This 42 slide presentation discusses what Dakota County Technical College learned in implementing a nanotechnology curriculum. The importance of studying the molecular or atomic level structure of a material is covered including the diverse and numerous applications used in all major manufacturing sectors. The presentation then moves on to discuss the steps taken to develop the nanotechnology...

View Resource Fundamentals of Nanoscience

This page contains two collections of documents explaining the basics of teaching nanoscience. The intent of these instructor guides is to help an educator through the basic content, material flow, and objectives for the study of this subject. Topics include Scale Matters, Tools of Nanoscience, Biological World, Materials Science and Structure, Optical Properties and Devices, and Semiconductor...

View Resource Crystals

This page contains four documents explaining crystals. The topic is covered at an advanced level in relation to nanotechnology and requires background knowledge in eight grade science. A powerpoint with illustrations and instructor guide containing activities are included to aid in teaching this subject. Additionally, links to related videos, a lab handout, and discussion questions are...

View Resource Elaborate- Ross Nanotechnology

This resource from the Midwest Regional Center for Nanotechnology Education (NANO-LINK) includes a video on Ross Nanotechnology, a company which uses superhydrophobic technology. The video demonstration will help to facilitate discussion about how companies use this type of technology to create products as well as the concepts related to superhydrophobic materials. Running time for the video is 3...

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