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.
In this stage presentation, learners explore how people's predictions of future technology change throughout time.
Tiny Solutions to Our Big Energy Problem
In this stage presentation, learners hear a brief overview of energy sources and our current energy crisis and discusses a variety of ways that nanotechnology can improve the situation.
Nanosilver: Breakthrough or Biohazard?
In this stage presentation, learners are guided through questions about our use of nanosilver.
In this stage presentation, learners discover the complex chemistry behind a seemingly simple bowl of spaghetti, and recognize the recognize the science that we practice every day in our very own home.
Snowflakes: Nano at its Coolest
In this activity, learners watch videos of snowflakes growing, observe real ice crystals growing in a chilled chamber and that snowflakes are examples of self-assembled systems studied by nanoscientists.
Wheel of the Future
In this stage presentation, learners are contestants in a game show that encourages them to discover facts about nanotechnology and consider the concerns people have for new field.