Exhibits are typically unstaffed experiences, designed for visitors to museums and other similar settings. Exhibits may take many forms, including hands-on interactive components, multimedia components, object displays, and graphic panels, or some combination of these elements.
Sun, Earth, Universe Exhibition Host Resources
An interactive exhibition designed to engage museum visitors in Earth and space science. Host resources include educator guide, technical manual, promotional materials, logos, signage, and ways add on to the exhibition.
Nano Mini-Exhibition host resources
Nano is an interactive, small footprint exhibition that engages family audiences in nanoscale science, engineering, and technology.
NISE Network Guide - Nano Exhibition: Creating a Small-Footprint Exhibition with Big Impact
This guide provides an overview of the Nano small footprint exhibition created by the NISE Network.
Nanotechnology portable table-top exhibition for outreach
This is a portable table-top bilingual (English/ Spanish) exhibition about nanotechnology designed for outreach.
Nano Spot graphic labels
These museum graphic labels highlight everyday connections to nanoscale science.
Nanotechnology: What's the Big Deal? exhibition
The Nanotechnology: What's the Big Deal? exhibition is a large, traveling exhibition that engages visitors about nanotechnology, the science behind it, potential societal impacts, and the many ways it will improve sciences like biology, medicine, and material science.
Sun, Earth, Universe Exhibition Audio Description
Audio files and scripts for the audio description used with the Sun Earth Universe Exhibition.
Build a Human Habitat on Mars Exhibit Host Resources
Build a Human Habitat on Mars is a hands-on exhibit designed to inspire, engage, and educate the next generation of explorers about human exploration on Mars. The exhibit component is designed to be integrated into the Sun, Earth, Universe exhibition.
Nano Museum Labels (Graphic Signs)
These museum graphic labels highlight everyday connections to nanoscale science including: chocolate, food packaging, water, a window, paint, a toilet, a soap bubble, fashion, a sock, a pencil, a butterfly, a gecko, a laptop, an elevator, and a local city.
Nano mini-exhibition Audio Description
Audio Description (AD) for the Nano mini-exhibition's audio files to increase access for visitors with low or no vision.