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Nanotechnology Lessons & Games

nanostructures from NIST science as art

Ultra-tiny nanoscale engineered materials and technologies show up in products from cosmetics to medicine. To help teach this rapidly expanding area of STEM, TryNano – part of TryEngineering’s online collection of engineering activities – has assembled links to games (Duckboy in Nanoland), lesson plans (The Power of Graphene), and other free resources in one convenient website.

For students interested in pursuing nanotechnology, there’s a page where they can search for universities around the world that offer degrees or certificate programs.

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