Nanotechnology site that provides clear information on uses of nanotechnology in medicine, nanotechnology in electronics, nanotechnology in energy, environmental nanotechnology and applications of nanotechnology in many other fields.
The NanoEd Resource Portal is a dynamic repository for information dissemination, research and collaborations among the community of nanoscale science and engineering education (NSEE) learners, teachers and researchers. The goal of NanoEd Resource Portal is to build up a comprehensive network and resource sharing to serve the greater NSEE community.
The TechNyou Science Education Resource is free and online. It is a resource for science teachers to introduce emerging technologies in the classroom. These content is matched to the Australian Curriculum in Science for secondary year students, and is designed to introduce nanotechnology and biotechnologies with reference to the established traditional science disciplines of Physics, Chemistry and Biology. It contains a range of information, teacher notes and downloadable files, worksheets, lab pracs, interactives, animations, movies, audio and extensive links to other good resources.
The NISE Net is a national community of researchers and informal science educators dedicated to fostering public awareness, engagement, and understanding of nanoscale science, engineering, and technology.
Resources to help promote contemporary science in the curriculum, support teachers in the delivery of high-quality stimulating science education and enable young people to engage with biomedical science and the issues it raises.
What is NanoSense? The NanoSense project (2004-2008) addressed the question of how to teach nanoscale science at the high school level.
Working closely with scientists and educators, the project created, tested, and disseminated 4 curriculum units to help high school teachers and students understand nanoscale science. The project hosted workshops to introduce teachers to the materials, and held working meetings with experts and practitioners to identify and clarify major concepts and learning goals for nanoscience education.
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