Meeting in Cambridge

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Last October, the members of the NANOYOU Consortium met in Cambridge to evaluate the leading educational tools being produced by each partner and to coordinate the launch of educational activities in European schools next January. The background and expertise of each partner contributed towards improving and developing these tools.

The meeting was also an opportunity to visit Cambridge’s Nanoscience Centre and its nanotechnology labs to learn about some of the research projects being carried out there. Professor Mark Welland coordinated a discussion with young scientists who shared their thoughts on how nanotechnologies should be communicated to the public.

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