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Nanooze, the NNIN Science News Magazine for Kids,  is available free of charge to schools and other public education organizations.

Nanoexpress, a mobile laboratory operated by Howard University, brings nanotechnology instrumentation and activities to schools throughout the Capital area .

NNIN sites participate in a variety of local public outreach events such as this Junior FIRST Lego Event at Cornell.

NNIN sites participate in Nanodays, an informal science education event organized by our partners at NISENet.org

NNIN sites participates in Nanodays, a national nanotechnology ourreach event sponosred by our partners at NISEnet. Nanodays 2013 will be held across the country during April 2013.

The National Nanotechnology Infrastructure Network (NNIN) Research Experience for Undergraduates (REU) Program. Click on the picture above to learn more.

Nanooze, the NNIN Science News Magazine for Kids,  is available free of charge to schools and other public education organizations.

Dr. Subra  Suresch, Director of the National Science Foundation, meeting with NNIN iREU students in Japan, June 2012

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