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NanoDays Promotional Material (package)

We've put together resources to help you promote your NanoDays event and other nano educational activities. A collection of NISE Net press photos can also be found in the Media - Promotional Materials section of the nisenet.org website. For questions regarding usage of the NanoDays logo or other marketing materials, please send an email to nanodays@nisenet.org.

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Explore Science: Earth & Space 2017 Event Planning and Promotion Guide

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Explore Science: Earth & Space 2017 Event Planning and Promotion Guide

Welcome to your Explore Science: Earth & Space toolkit! This section contains everything you will need to begin planning and promoting your Earth & Space event.

The downloadable planning and promotion guide will walk you through your event, and includes details on planning for an eclipse event on August, 2017. Also included are additional resources, links, logos, and sample promotional images.

In the Resources section below, you will also find a welcome letter and kit contents list; a photo release form for event visitors; and Spanish and English versions of a...

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Scientific Image - Multiwalled Carbon Nanotube Yarn

This scanning electron microscope image shows nanotube yarn fibers drawn from a "nanotube forest." Nanometer and micron-sized yarn or fibers drawn from multiwalled carbon nanotubes can have tensile strengths comparable to or exceeding those of spider silk. Replacing metal wires in electronic textiles with these nanotube yarns could lead to important new functionalities, such as the ability to actuate (as an artificial muscle) and to store energy (as a fiber super-capacitor or battery).

• SIZE: The yarn's diameter is about 1 µm. The nanotubes from which it is being drawn are each...

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Scientific Image - Nanowire Resting on a Human Hair

This scanning electron microscope image shows the relative thickness of typical nanowire in comparison with a strand of human hair.

• SIZE: The hair is about 100 µm in diameter; the nanowire's diameter is about 100 nm.

• IMAGING TOOL: Scanning electron microscope

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Scientific Image - Human Hair

This is a scanning electron microscope image of a single strand of human hair.

• SIZE: The diameter of a human hair ranges from about 50 µm to 100 µm.

• IMAGING TOOL: Scanning electron microscope

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Scientific Image - Human Venule

This is an optical microscope image of a human venule—a tiny blood vessel.

A venule is tiny blood vessel that connects capillaries—where the blood exchanges the oxygen it carries for carbon dioxide—to larger veins leading back to the heart.

• SIZE: A venule is about 30 µm in diameter.

• IMAGING TOOL: Optical microscope

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Scientific Image - Singlewalled Nanotube Paper

A bundle of singlewalled nanotubes processed into a thin sheet is shown in this scanning electron microscope image. Singlewalled nanotubes are extremely important in the continuing miniaturization of electronic devices. These tubes have an average diameter of 1-2 nm. Their electrical properties have led to their investigation as super capacitors for storing electrical charges.

• SIZE: The thickness of the sheet is about 50 µm.

• IMAGING TOOL: Scanning electron microscope

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Scientific Image - Indium Arsenide Nanowire Field-Effect Transistor

This scanning electron microscope image shows an indium arsenide (InAs) nanowire field-effect transistor.

Semiconductor nanowires such as those of indium arsenide (InAs) offer exciting possibilities for the electronic systems of the future because of the unique possibilities they offer for controlling fundamental properties during generation. A wide range of nanowire-based devices and systems, including transistors, circuits, light emitters, and sensors, have already been explored. Nanowire field-effect transistors have been of particular interest as vehicles for the investigation...

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Scientific Image - Indium Arsenide Nanowires

This is scanning electron microscope image of indium arsenide nanowires.

Semiconductor nanowires such as those of indium arsenide (InAs) offer exciting possibilities for the electronic systems of the future because of the unique possibilities they offer for controlling fundamental properties during generation. A wide range of nanowire-based devices and systems, including transistors, circuits, light emitters, and sensors, have already been explored. Nanowire field-effect transistors have been of particular interest as vehicles for the investigation of basic carrier-transport...

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Scientific Image - Electrospun Scaffold

This scanning electron microscope image shows an electrospun scaffold grown for studying brain tissue engineering and nerve regeneration.

Scaffolds are of great interest in tissue engineering and nerve regeneration because they form a framework on which soft tissue is supported and thereby start its regeneration process. Electrospinning is a versatile process that creates nanofibers by applying a high voltage to electrically charge a liquid. Researchers can tailor a scaffold to meet the requirements of the tissue they seek to regenerate.

• SIZE: The image displayed is about...

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