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March 31 - April 2
The RMSC's Adventure Weekend series was host to NanoDays, which explores how the tiniest technology is shaping up to have a huge impact on our future. The Center for Material Science and Engineering at the Rochester Institute of Technology demonstrated hands-on displays and activities Saturday and Sunday at the Rochester Museum & Science Center, 657 East Ave and Monday and Tuesday at RIT College of Science.
Explore the tiniest technology during NanoDays for Adventure Weekend at the Rochester Museum & Science Center. / Gary Hodges/ Photo provided by RMSC
Visitors at RIT watching the news form of carbon-graphene considered the strongest material and having electrical conductivity
K.S.V. Santhanam showing the electrical conductivity of graphene to a young and senior visitors
K.S.V. Santhanam demonstrating the scattering of light by nano gold to RIT students
Y. Yang demonstrating Hydrogel to RIT students
Yujie Cheng showing the nano sun block cream at RIT
Quimeng Li showing the photovoltaic display to visitors.
RIT Volunteers who took part at RMSC on Nanodays exhibition and demos. (L to R) Sid Gopal, Xue Chen, K.S.V. Santhanam (Convener), X. Liu, Yujie Cheng, Steve Polly and Z. Bittner
The volunteers who took part in Nanoday events at RIT. (R to L) Suhashini Gattu, Yue Yang, Yujie Cheng, Sid Gopal,K,S,V, Santhanam (Convener) and others.