Serving Nanoscale Science, Engineering & Technology
Subject: General Science
The purpose of this lesson is to help students visualize how small a nanometer is by relating the size to the numbers- millions, billions and trillions and then relating those numbers to how small particles of matter are.
Subject: Biology, General Science
Audience: High School
Student groups have problem-solving discussion, using the Creative Problem-Solving format, over the pros and cons of the expanded development of nanotechnology.
Audience: Elementary, Middle School, High School
Using pool noodels, this activity helsp students understand the size and scale of objects and the tools that are used to measure these objects.
This activity is designed to help students understand the size and scale of objects.
This activity is designed to help students understand the size and scale of objects that are shrunk by orders of 10.
This activity is designed to help students understand the size and scale of objects using their classroom as a frame of reference.
This activity is designed to help students understand the size and scale of objects that can and cannot be seen with the naked eye.
This lesson is designed for grades 1-3 to explore the question "What is size?"
Colloidal silver is an anit-microbial agent that is synthesized and tested with strains of bacteria and/or yeast to determine its growth inhibition effect.
Audience: Middle School
An electroplating lesson exploring factors effecting deposition, morphology, and thickness of thin metallic layer of copper or nickel.
The National Nanotechnology Infrastructure Network is supported by National Science Foundation Cooperative Agreement EECS-0335765 and by support from the member institutions.
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