NanoDays, the biggest event for the smallest science! Sponsored by NISE Net
For the sixth year CEINT researchers are participating in NanoDays public educational events as part of a national nano-education initiative sponsored by the NISE Network- the largest network of research and educators in the US dedicated to fostering public awareness of nanoscale science/engineering.
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. CEINT students and faculty will engage visitors with hands-on nano-educational activities that demonstrate examples of CEINT research and missions. CEINT museum partnerships have expanded across the US to include four museums: the Museum of Life and Science-Durham, NC and Marbles Kids Museum-Raleigh, N.C. as well as the Children's Museum of Pittsburgh, PA; and the Kentucky Science Center in Louisville, KY.
CEINT NanoDays Schedule for 2014:
- Museum of Life and Science Durham NC | Saturday, March 29, 10am-3pm
- Marbles Kids Museum, Raleigh, NC| Sunday, March 30, 1-4pm
- Children's Museum of Pittsburgh, PA | Sunday, April 6, 1-4pm