Nanooze, a science magazine for students in upper elementary through high school, explores the exciting world of nanotechnology – and the “cool things that happen when you make things really, really small.” Gravity hardly works, for example. There also are features about real scientists and engineers and what they do.
The publication is free to schools, in classroom packs of 30. (No individual subscriptions.) It and the website are supported by the National Science Foundation through the National Nanoscale Infrastructure Network and especially the Cornell Nanoscale Science and Technology Facility.
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