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Nano Lab

In this section, you will find resources for hands-on activities to be run in the classroom, in science centres or at home, so that you can experience casino different properties of the nanoscale and some of their possible applications. 

In addition to the tools developed by NANOYOU, you will also find resources from other Internet sites in this section.

In this experiment you will analyse some innovative materials that are highly water repellent, stainless and require less cleaning thanks to their surface nano-engineering. Those materials have been developed using nature as an inspiration, since...
2.8/5 (535 votes)
Friday, 05 February 2010 49377 hits
Think of gold as you know it. Gold (Au, atomic number 79) is the most malleable and ductile metal of all; it can be beaten to very thin sheets of material and rolled or bent as desired. This has been known and done for centuries. In this...
2.8/5 (473 votes)
Friday, 05 February 2010 41384 hits
We have many natural nanomaterials around us and in this experiment you will learn that two very common materials, milk and gelatine, are indeed two of these. The properties of these materials are directly connected to their molecular...
2.9/5 (503 votes)
Friday, 05 February 2010 47533 hits
Liquid crystals are an example of self-assembled molecules that are sensitive to external factors, such as temperature, and that change their assembly as a consequence of variations in these factors. In this experiment you will see how some liquid...
2.7/5 (483 votes)
Friday, 05 February 2010 42480 hits


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NANO TO TOUCH is a project funded by the European Commission where science centres and museums from five different EU countries are working together with university research centres in nanosciences and nanotechnology to create full-size, perfectly...
2.8/5 (317 votes)
Monday, 07 June 2010 30127 hits

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