Classroom K-12 and college-level presentation slideshows, laboratories, multimedia, and other career resources developed by Nanotechnology Applications and Career Knowledge (NACK Center) at the Penn State College of Engineering.
Resources for middle and high school science teachers including hands-on activities and labs, an online course for teacher development and videos.These resources provide the opportunity to enrich classrooms with cutting edge developments in the field of nanotechnology.
Educational materials and presentations for STEM teachers and their students from the University of Massachusetts Amherst Nanotechnology Summer Institute for STEM Teachers. Includes Powerpoint presentations, activity descriptions, and links to other resources.
Nanooze is a magazine to get kids excited about science and especially nanotechnology; the magazine and website has been created by the Cornell Nanoscale Science and Technology Facility, a project of the National Nanoscale Infrastructure Network (NNIN) with support from the National Science Foundation. Printed copies of Nanooze magazine are available free for classroom teachers!
Please email your request for copies to firstname.lastname@example.org