Blog: Nano exhibition

Christina Leavell

What’s the hottest item of the 2016 Holiday Season? The Nano mini-exhibition refill kit of course! The NISE Network has developed a kit of resources to replenish select components of the Nano mini-exhibition. Partner sites receiving the refill kit have...

Christina Leavell

Photo provided by Ann Arbor Hands-On Museum in Ann Arbor, MI We have received questions asking why there aren't four bonds for each carbon atom in the "Build a Giant Carbon Nanotube" component of the Nano mini-exhibition. Catherine McCarthy, Project...

Marcos Stafne, PhD, Brooklyn Children’s Museum

How do you get a science center, technology museum, a national science network, a public library system, a 3D printing service and marketplace, a camera company, and a university research center to work together—you just have to pick up the...

Brad Herring, Museum of Life and Science, and Sarah Von Williamsen, Imaginarium Science Center

The Imaginarium Science Center in Fort Myers, Florida was awarded a 2014 NISE Net mini-grant and used the funding to expand and enhance their current nano exhibit, the Nano Lab . This expansion was designed to complement the NISE Net...

Ali Jackson

Is your institution loo king to add components or square footage to a copy of the NISE Network's Nano mini-exhibition ?Are you hoping to drive attendance with educational, innovative, hands-on temporary exhibitions about nano? You’re in luck! We’ve put together...

Christina Akers, Science Museum of Minnesota and Midwest Regional Hub Leader

Are you thinking about applying for a 2015 NISE Network mini-grant ? Then keep two important things in mind: 1) applications are due October 1, 2014 and 2) there are four years worth of examples for you to draw from...

Christina Akers

For those of you who missed our recent NISE Net Brown Bag on Marketing Strategies for the Nano mini-exhibition, a recording of the presentation now lives here: http://www.nisenet.org/events/online-workshop/online-brown-bag-exhibit-small-talk-tips-hosting-nano-mini-exhibition Since the vast majority of participants joining us for this brown bag...

Christina Akers

Pictured: WonderLab Museum of Science, Health and Technology in Bloomington, IN This blog post is part of a series providing information for organizations hosting the Nano mini-exhibition created by the NISE Network about the use, maintenance, and general ways to...

Christina Akers

This blog post is part of a series providing information for organizations hosting the Nano mini-exhibition created by the NISE Network about the use, maintenance, and general ways to enhance your copy of Nano. Congratulations and thank you for hosting...

Christina Akers

This blog post is part of a series providing information for organizations hosting the Nano mini-exhibition created by the NISE Network about the use, maintenance, and general ways to enhance your copy of Nano. Whether you are currently hosting Nano...