NanoDays 2013 was March 30-April 7, 2013. All NanoDays 2013 physial kits have been allocated. Please check back here this fall for more information about NanoDays 2014 events and resources!
Don't forget your NanoDays 2013 Report!
The NanoDays 2013 report is still available. All those who received a physical kit in 2013 must submit the 2013 report. Fill out your online report today.
New this year: NanoDays 2013 activity training videos! Check out the NanoDays Blog to watch and download  for staff!
The NanoDays 2013 Digital Kit is available for download .
What could YOU do for NanoDays? NanoDays activities bring university researchers together with science museum educators, creating unique learning experiences. NanoDays engages people of all ages in a miniscule world where materials have special properties and new technologies have spectacular promise. Many NanoDays celebrations will combine simple hands-on activities for young people with events exploring current research for adults. NanoDays activities demonstrate different, unexpected properties of materials at the nanoscale -- sand that won’t get wet even under water, water that won’t spill from a teacup, and colors that depend upon particle size. Some NanoDays participants host public forums, discussions about the risks and benefits of particular appllications of nanotechnology. Many participating universities host public tours of their laboratories that work with nanoscale science and technology. For lots of ideas about what you could do for NanoDays, browse our online catalog .