The Time for Nano project is an EU based consortium. The website contains information on the benefits and risks related to nanoscale research, engineering and technology and links to informal education products and activities.
Strange Matter is a traveling exhibition developed by the Ontario Science Center and presented by the Materials Research Society with the support of the National Science Foundation. Over a dozen hands-on experiences and exhibits give you a close encounter with the amazing world of modern materials and materials science. Two versions of the exhibition are available to tour, 6,000 square foot and 1,500 - 2,000 square foot.
Small Science, Big Deal was a full sized multi-gallery nanotechnology exhibition created by Science Museum of London that closed in 2005. It is aimed at families with children and visiting adults. The website contains all the original content from the exhibition and links to interactive games.
The Project on Emerging Nanotechnology is a partnership between the Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars and the Pew Charitable Trusts. These interactive inventories provide a range of resources including information on consumer products that contain nanotechnology and research into the environmental, medical, and agricultural implications of nanotechnology and society.
The NanoZone is both a website and a permanent exhibition at UC Berkeley's Lawrence Hall of Science. The website includes links to games, videos, and activities for families and children, as well as professional resources for teachers and museum educators.
The NanoZone is both a website and a permanent exhibition at UC Berkeley's Lawrence Hall of Science. The exhibition introduces basic nanoscale and state-of-the-art nanotechnology science to an 8 to 14-year-old audience. Content focuses on the smallness of a nanometer, scientists as people, applications, and links between nanotechnology and nature.
It's a Nano World is a traveling 3,000 square feet exhibition developed and toured by the Sciencenter. It's a Nano World introduces children and their families to the biological wonders of the nano world and is designed for 5-8 year olds and their families.