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The NanoScale Drug Delivery game aims to teach students how nanotechnology is revolutionizing the approach to drug delivery and diagnostics.More...
NanoEd Resources of the NCLT is a dynamic repository for information dissemination, research and collaborations among the community of nanoscale…More...
NCLT researchers presented workshops at the Second Annual Nanotechnology Symposium held at Sullivan University College of Pharmacy, Louisville, Kentucky.More...
Nanotechnology Center for Learning and Teaching (NCLT) is conceived to train a nano science and technology literate workforce that can solve global problems by implementing a three-pronged strategy:
1. Publish integrated STEM instructional modules with nano-based applications;
2. Offer professional training through workshops, lectures and seminars;
3. Develop a network of multi-sector nano education communities.
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|Third Annual Global Nanoscale Science & Engineering Education (GNSEE) Workshop in Washington DC (Nov. 2008)|
November 21, 2008, NCLT The Global Nanoscale Science and Engineering Education (GNSEE) community as [ ... ]
|6th Leadership Institute 2009 - Roberto Clemente Community Academy|
|Information Trip to Anne Arundel County Public Schools, Annapolis, MD|
On June 11, 2011, NCLT director Professor R.P.H. Chang met the staff of Anne Arundel County Public [ ... ]
|Fourth Annual NCLT Workshop for Science Teachers at Fisk University (Jun. 2009)|
June 25, 2009, by Weijie Lu, Fisk University Seventeen science teachers from Metropolitan Nashville [ ... ]
|Materials World Modules Travel to New Jersey, October 1-3, 2008 (Oct. 2008)|
Featured NanoEd Resources
|Nanotechnologies at School: A New approach combining scientific knowledge and Ethical Issues|
|Practical Problem-Solving through Design Projects|
Practical Problem-Solving through Design Projects
|Overview of "Manipulation of Light in the Nanoworld" Module|
|ECE-656: Fall 2009 Lecture 35: Ballistic Transport|
Contributed by: Professor Mark Lundstrom
|Introduction to Complex Polymers: Polyelectrolytes and Copolymers|
Duration: 4 weeks
New MWM Modules
The students will learn how nanotechnology is revolutionizing the approach to drug delivery and medical diagnostics.....
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The students will learn to fabricate an artificial photosynthetic device using nanotechnology and plant pigments....
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