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NACK offers a series of workshops for educators and administrators who are interested in exploring the world of nanotechnology and the impact it is having on their lives and will have on the careers of their students. These workshops range from learning introductory nanotechnology basics to learning how to most effectively utilize NACK nanotechnology resources within their institutions.
NACK offers periodic live webinars to engage and educate those of you that are interested in learning more about nanotechnology related topics. NACK webinars are archived for new or refresher nanotechnology educator professional development.
NACK offers assistance in the development and refinement of strategies to promote education and career opportunities in nanotechnology.
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Glossary of nanotechnology related terms in English.
A series of thought-provoking nanotechnology PowerPoint presentations filled with in-depth material surveying where nanotechnology came from, why it is so unique, how it is practiced, and what it can do.
Interactive nano-enabled products used to expand the imaginations of K-12 students with current applications benefiting from nanotechnology.
A collection of interactive multimedia in nanotechnology. These resources are suitable for a variety of levels and subject areas.
A collection of informal activities created for a 1-3 day nanotechnology camp available to those interested in creating similar events or to supplement the classroom experience.
A collection of experiments and activities that introduce nanotechnology concepts and applications to many levels; includes, but is not limited to, nanoparticle synthesis for bacterial inhibition, micro- and nanofluidic device fabrication with common materials, micro- and nanoencapsulation, and nanowire sensor applications.

A series of thought-provoking nanotechnology PowerPoint presentations filled with in-depth material surveying where nanotechnology came from, why it is so unique, how it is practiced, and what it can do.
Packaged as six courses, each contains multiple modules and corresponding lab packages.
All modules and labs can be rearranged to create new courses. Suitable for two–year degree programs, for certificate programs, and for freshman–sophomore use in four-year degree programs.
NACK brings cutting-edge technology and instrumentation into your classroom, laboratory, and industry site by offering remote access to nanotechnology characterization instruments.

Glosario de términos relacionados a nanotecnología.
Estos módulos de niveles introductorios son una serie de presentaciones que invitan a una reflexión profunda y contienen material detallado para estudiantes y trabajadores de todos los niveles de conocimiento. Estos módulos están diseñados para utilizarse en talleres, cursos y presentaciones con una visión general para introducir la nanotecnología y sus aplicaciones.
Una serie de presentaciones que explican que es nanotecnología, de donde viene, porque es una tecnología única, y como se puede utilizar en el mundo.

The nanoHUB-U Initiative, powered by nanoHUB at Purdue University, aims to bring the new insights and approaches being developed in nanoscience into the traditional fields of engineering and applied science, and to do this in a way that is broadly accessible to students without a long string of prerequisites.
The Workshop "Educating the Nanotechnology Workforce: What is Nano and Where are the Jobs?", offered on November 20th, 2013, at the University of Puerto Rico at Humacao, had the participation of members of Community and Technical Colleges around the island, and several University of Puerto Rico Campuses. This professional development activity, hosted by the Department of Physics and Electronics, had 44 participants including – faculty, technicians, and students, as well as international participants from Brazil, Colombia, and the Dominican Republic.
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Field Emission Scanning Electron Microscope (FESEM) image of zinc oxide nano-wires. ZnO2 nano-wires grown by pyrolysis in an Low Pressure Chemical Deposition (LPCVD). Hundred's of nano-wires (approximately 50 nm dia.) splitting from precursor nodes (approximately 10 µm wide) . Image taken by Dan Cavanaugh at the Penn State NACK Network.

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