Seeing the Unseen

Turner, Kenneth; Tevaarwerk, Emma; Unterman, Nathan; Grdinic, Marcel; Campbell, Jason; Chandrasekhar, Venkat; Chang, R. P. H.
December 2006
Science Teacher;Dec2006, Vol. 73 Issue 9, p58
Academic Journal
The article focuses on nanoscience and nanotechnology research. According to the article, by 2015, over 3 million individuals will work in the nanotechnology industry. The National Center for Learning and Teaching Nanotechnology (NCLT), based at Northwestern University, has developed a curriculum program related to teaching "nanoconcepts." The article demonstrates how science teachers can teach the basic concepts of nanotechnology to their students.


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