As many of you know, NanoDays is the NISE Network's annual festival of educational programs about nanoscale science and engineering and its potential impact on the future. Each Spring, hundreds of NISE Net partners across the country plan and host local NanoDays events (find out who participated in NanoDays 2011 here). We in the NISE Net ask that partners hosting events let us know about their experiences by filling out an online NanoDays report.
Thanks to partners who have filled out their NanoDays 2011 reports!
Many NISE Net partners planned great NanoDays events at their museums or research centers, but a few went a little further afield. For instance, as part of a comprehensive line-up of events for NanoDays, the College of Nanoscale Science and Engineering (CNSE) at the University of Albany hosted a series of programs at a local mall!
With many (but not all!) NanoDays events now over, it's time to fill out your reports! The report is available at this link). However, if you're not quite ready to fill out the report just yet but want to read through the questions first, you can download the attached pdf version with all the questions and text from the report.
Looking for an icebreaker for the beginning of a science café? Or trivia to use on social media sites to help promote your NanoDays events?
Our brand new NanoDays promotional video invites learners of all ages to "come see what's so big about the super small!" Invite your visitors to celebrate nano science, engineering, and technology at your NanoDays event! The 30 second video is video is suitable for using as a television commercial or as an embedded video on your organization's website.
Here are some ideas for incorporating nano content into seasonal and annual events all year long: http://www.nisenet.org/seasons Please let us know if you have other suggestions for additions to the calendar!