Theater and Stage Presentations
Public programs are delivered by an educator, actor, or STEM professional and may incorporate stage presentations, scripted science theater performances, demonstrations, interactive games. These programs typically last up to 20 minutes and are held in a dedicated auditorium or seating area for small or large audiences.
Robots & People
In this activity, learners imagine and draw a robot for a particular task after a quick presentation on robots and nanobots.
Survival: A Game Show about People, Planet, and Prosperity
In this activity, learners will work as a team to discover that the three main pillars of sustainability (People, Planet, and Prosperity) are interconnected and necessary to a healthy future.
Same Sides and Let's Talk About It videos
In this program, learners are introduced to nanoscale science which includes 2 ten-minute plays that stimulate conversation about the impact the field of nanoscale science may have on our lives.
Storming the Castle Museum Theater Show
In this theater presentation, learners explore the risks and benefits of synthetic biology in a light-hearted melodramatic setting.
Would You Buy That
In this stage presentation, learners explores social and ethical issues of consumer products from the past, present and future
The Future of Computing
In this stage presentation, learners are asked to consider how smaller, faster, better computers in the future might impact their lives after a short presentation.
In this program and stage presentation, learners design and build a robot toy from recycled and craft materials after hearing a presentation about the challenges in creating nano-sized robots.
Nano Dreams and Nano Nightmares
In this stage presentation, learners are introduced to nanoscale science with humor and puppetry.
Attack of the Nanoscientist
In this theater presentation, learners meet a supervillain from the future attempts to conquer the audience using...nanoscience?
Intro to Nano - Stage
In this stage presentation, learners experience an introduction to nanotechnology through three basic questions.