K12 STEM on Campus

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K-12 Students, K-12 Teachers, Community Partner Institute for Electronics and nanotechnology

Fall 2021 Nanotechnology Virtual Field Trip with Hands-on Activities

Presented by SENIC (Southeastern Nanotechnology Infrastructure Corridor) Georgia Institute of Technology

Grades: 8-12

Length: 45 minutes to 1 hour

Cost: Free Materials Provided

Virtual Platforms: All

Learn about the exciting world of nanotechnology, the science of the super small, by having your classroom engage in a virtual workshop with hands-on activities. Your students will learn about nanotechnology, the nanoscale, how some materials behave differently at that scale, and the everyday household items that contain nanotechnology

. • Please register through this link: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/1HhYGMVuRV-n5emEhxwDlbaChd08XWSWf-48i-aPVWLA/edit

• Registration Confirmation: You will receive an email confirmation with date and time

• For additional information, please email: leslie.oneill@ien.gatech.edu

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