NISE Network Blog

Catherine McCarthy

These videos are perfect for NanoDays 2013 staff and volunteer training. Please feel free to distribute these links to people volunteering at your NanoDays event. All of these videos may be downloaded from Vimeo simply by creating a free "basic"...

Catherine McCarthy

Tell us about your NanoDays 2013 event by filling out the NanoDays Online Report: http://www.surveygizmo.com/s3/1160882/NanoDays-2013-Report We ask that partners hosting NanoDays events report back to the Network about your experiences through this online survey. There are two sections in this...

KC

It has come to our attention that a few of the Exploring Properties - Invisibility activities may have been packed incorrectly. Please make sure that you have the following materials: >Activity guide, nanotechnology mirage sheet, and sign (English and Spanish)...

KC

NanoDays is just around the corner (March 30th - April 7th), and people all over th country are getting ready! Check out the long list of partners who will be hosting NanoDays events. Good luck with your final preparations, and...

Eli Bossin

How does the public make decisions about societal and ethical issues (SEI) in science? We’ve been researching past Nanotechnology Forums and the Would You Buy That? program to identify patterns in how the public responds to the facilitation approaches we...

Jayatri Das

In 2008, the University of Maryland Materials Research Science and Engineering Center (MRSEC ) and the Port Discovery Children’s Museum (PDCM) established a partnership to enhance Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math (STEM) learning for PDCM visitors. "We believe you are...

Tim Hecox

This past October, members of the NISE Net Inclusive Audience team had a unique opportunity to partner with Girls RISE (Raising Interest in Science and Engineering) Museum Network to co-host a two-day workshop at the Museum of the North in...

Eli Bossin

How does the public make decisions about societal and ethical issues (SEI) in science? We’ve been researching past Nanotechnology Forums and the Would You Buy That? program to identify patterns in how the public responds to the facilitation approaches we...

Ali Jackson

Since the arrival of the Nano exhibition, the Maine Discovery Museum in Bangor, ME has been working hard to create a lot more excitement about nano science, engineering, and technology! The Maine Discovery Museum (MDM) is the largest children's museum...

Karine Thate

How can your institution get resources and funding for sharing current science with your visitors? Find out with A Guide to Building Partnerships Between Science Museums and University-Based Research Centers . This guide is meant to help you move your...