As proud of Valparaiso University as we are, we know that there lots of other people working on nanotechnology out there. Many of these are not quite readily applicable to K-12 education. We have tried to nanotechnology out there. Many of these are not quite readily applicable to K-12 education. We have tried to collect the most appropriate links around and organize them here. All of the link below will take you away from nanoK12, and we cannot be responsible for what you may find at the other end. We check periodically to make sure these all still work. If you find a link is broken, please contact us. Oh, and come back and visit us again, soon.
An electronic magazine that has been created to get kids excited about science and especially nanotechnology. Features article and a few games. Developed by the Cornell NanoScale Science and Technology Facility.
A series of very short games showing you what it would be like if you were suddenly nano-sized. Featured at the London Science Museum Website.
A series of short descriptions of potential uses of nanotechnology. Developed by the London Science Museum.
Video and podcasts on nanotechnology from the Boston Museum of Science.