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Time for Nano

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The Time for Nano Project aims at engaging the general public, with a special attention to young people, on benefits and risks related to nanoscale research, engineering and technology, through specific informal education products.

Science centers in Italy, UK, Belgium, France, Germany, Finland, Portugal, Poland and Turkey will organize “Nanodays”, events with demonstrations, experiments, games, meetings and discussions about nanotechnology.

Students from high schools can participate in the Time for Nano video contest, a competition to produce the most creative, scientifically sound, though provoking video on the dilemmas posed by nanotechnology.

Become a member of the NANOYOU Schools’ Community!

Schools from all over Europe are already teaching NT in their classrooms and sharing their experience and best practices in the NANOYOU Schools’ Community.

Click here for more information on the Schools' Community and on how to register.

Educators: We need your feedback!

The NANOYOU project is reaching its end and we need your feedback to evaluate its impact.
Please answer this questionnaire.

Check all the NANOYOU tools!

Visit the tools' map to see all the resources that NANOYOU has developed.

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Visit the teachers' blog and discover what the NANOYOU schools are doing through pictures, videos and posts!

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