Nanotechnologies: Where should they take us? Have your say

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Repository with more than 150 resources from all over europe

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    Nanoyou Lab Experiment B- Teacher Document (14-18)

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    Experiment B shows how liquid crystals are an example of self-assembled molecules which change their spatial organi...

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    Nanoyou Lab Experiment B- Student background reading (14-18)

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    Experiment B shows how liquid crystals are an example of self-assembled molecules which change their spatial organi...

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    Nanoyou Lab Experiment D- Student Background Reading (14-18)

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    The aim of Experiment D is to understand the concept of “superhydrophobicity” by examining natural superhydroph...

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    Nanoyou Lab Experiment B- Students synthesis procedure (14-18)

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    Experiment B shows how liquid crystals are an example of self-assembled molecules which change their spatial organi...

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    Nanoyou Lab Experiment B- Students laboratory worksheet (14-18)

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    Experiment B shows how liquid crystals are an example of self-assembled molecules which change their spatial organi...

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    Nanoyou Lab Experiment C- Teacher Document (11-13)

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    EXPERIMENT C illustrates the principle of a colorimetric nanosensor. In this experiment students use a plasmonic co...

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    Nanoyou Lab Experiment C- Student Document (11-13)

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    EXPERIMENT C illustrates the principle of a colorimetric nanosensor. In this experiment students use a plasmonic co...

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    Nanoyou Lab Experiment C- Teacher Document (14-18)

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    EXPERIMENT C illustrates the principle of a colorimetric nanosensor. In this experiment students use a plasmonic co...

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About nanopinion

  • nanopinion is an EC-funded project bringing together 17 partners from 11 countries with the aim of monitoring public opinion on what we hope from innovation with nanotechnologies. The project is aimed citizens with a special focus on hard-to-reach target groups, which are people who do not normally encounter and give their opinion nanotechnologies at first hand.
  • Dialogue is facilitated online and in outreach events in 30 countries presenting different participatory formats.
  • To promote an informed debate, we also run a strong press & social media campaign and offer a repository with more than 150 resources.
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