Nano Lab

In the Nano Lab, you will find a Virtual lab where you will be able to become a researcher and do your own experiments online as well as resources for hands-on activities to experience different properties of the nanoscale and some of their possible applications.

In addition to the tools developed by NANOYOU, you will also find resources from other Internet sites in this section.

Other Resources

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In the Nanozone portal you will be able to do nanotechnology virtual experiments to save a farm, to cure Ratty from his disease and to make nanosize wires. You will also be able to read the story of scientists working with those applications....
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Monday, 13 July 2009 30920 hits
The Nanoscale Informal Science Education Network (NISE Net) is a US based community that links researchers working on nanoscale sciences and engineering with informal science educators in order to foster public awareness, engagement, and a better...
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2.7/5 (1805 votes)
Saturday, 27 June 2009 32082 hits

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Become a member of the NANOYOU Schools’ Community!

Schools from all over Europe are already teaching NT in their classrooms and sharing their experience and best practices in the NANOYOU Schools’ Community.

Click here for more information on the Schools' Community and on how to register.

Educators: We need your feedback!

The NANOYOU project is reaching its end and we need your feedback to evaluate its impact.
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Check all the NANOYOU tools!

Visit the tools' map to see all the resources that NANOYOU has developed.

Do you want to see what the NANOYOU schools are doing?

Visit the teachers' blog and discover what the NANOYOU schools are doing through pictures, videos and posts!

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