NanoDays 2014 will take place Tuesday April 1 from 12 noon to 5 pm. in GOS 08-Atrium
NanoDays activities bring university researchers together with science museum educators, creating unique learning experiences. NanoDays engages people of all ages in a miniscule world where materials have special properties and new technologies have spectacular promise. Many NanoDays celebrations will combine simple hands-on activities for young people with events exploring current research for adults.
Below are photos from the Rochester Museum and Science Center NanoDay Event on March 29th:
MRS-RIT Chapter volunteers who participated on Saturday
(L toR) A. Entessar, V. Patil, A. Rakhon, S. Gopal, N. Gada, B. McNamara, Mike Bloom (Treasurer), K.S.V. Santhanam (Faculty Coordinator), Tianyi Lu, Y. Yue (President), R. Zhao
|An alumni of RIT with her son watching copper nano particle deposition on nickel coin||Magnegtic dollar bill|
|Electric squeeze||Invisible materials|