Nanotechnology limits damage and boosts healing in severely affected tissues
Today we travel to a future where humans can see at night.
In this story, you will see how good bacteria, antibiotics, and new technologies help keep the bad guys from taking over the body.
The “Doctor Know,” game is a fun way for teachers, students, and the general public understand how biomedical innovations are transforming medicine.
Try your hand at building specific patterns, or explore how blocks can be used to make many different shapes in this bioengineering game.
To get an idea of what the nano scale is like, here is an activity where you will see the difference in scale even before they change a billion times in size.
In this activity, learners try to find images of nano-related objects on a game board.
In this Short Activity, learners are asked to assume the role of their character to find nanotechnologies that might benefit them and reflect on the potential uses of nanotechnology across the globe.
In this Short Activity, learners use 3D glasses to discover what ordinary objects look like under magnification.
In this Short Activity, learners make paper elephant ears to wear and listen to “Horton Hears a Who!” by Dr. Seuss before exploring scent molecules.
In this Short Activity, learners investigate and compare the properties of Kinetic Sand and regular sand.
In this Short Activity, learners sniff a series of diluted scent solutions to discover they can smell nano-sized particles they can’t see.