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1 December 2014 - 30 November 2016

SeeingNano

The SeeingNano project  objective was to create novel visualisation tools for enhanced nanotechnology awareness. Social scientists, nano scientists and visualisation experts collaborated to develop tools allowing different target audiences to “see at the nano scale” thus engaging with the breadth of nanotechnologies and the uncertainties and potential risks connected to them. A public repository of tools and best practices is now available on the project's website and in our resources section.

Resources

The SeeingNano Visualisation Tools are available to the wider community on this resources page. Play this game to build your own nanomaterials. You will just need to download the Nano-Origami, scissors and glue.

Material for workshops and exhibitions

The Seeing Nano visualisation tools for Enhanced Nanotechnology Awareness to provide the public with the ability to ‘see at the nanoscale’ and understanding and awareness of nanotechnologies. What nanotype are you? Are you curious or cautious? Are you a supporter or skeptic? Download this nano-profiler to help the user realise your feelings on nano.

Category:
Education & learning
Keywords:
#nanotechnology
Material for workshops and exhibitions

You can now download this game that uses flash cards to help build awareness and associations between everyday products and the nanomaterials that are enhancing them. This is one of the resources produced in the framework of SeeingNano. This game was launched in September 2016.

Category:
Education & learning
Video

This fun video translates complex concepts such as surfaces and surface phenomena, emergent and divergent phenomena, and selforganisationprocesses into understandable ideas through helpful animations.

Category:
Education & learning

You can now download the mobile apps that have been produced as part of the SeeingNano project. Test the revolutionary app that helps you explore every day objects at the nanoscale using augmented reality. You can also play an online version of the memory game! The apps are available in Czech, Italian, Portuguese, Slovenian and Spanish.