Science of Nanoscale Systems and their Device Applications
Science of Nanoscale Systems and their Device Applications
Nanodays

The NSF Nanoscale Informal Science Education Network is organizing the first nationwide celebration of nanotechnology in Spring 2008. The NSEC based at Harvard will be hosting several activities during the week of March 29 - April 6.

Upcoming Activities:

Events at the Museum of Science, Boston:

Many of our researchers will be giving talks and demonstrations throughout the week at the Museum of Science, Boston. Please visit mos.org/nanodays for more information.

Nanodays Science as Art Poster Competition

In conjunction with the Center for Nanoscale Systems at Harvard, the NSEC based at Harvard would like to invite undergrad students, grad students, and post–doc users of CNS or NSEC facilities to submit an image to be judged with winners announced during NanoDays, March 29-April 6. Images can be from any microscopy tool within CNS or NSEC facilities (TEM, SEM, Confocal, LM, Stereo, AFM, E-Beam, Raman, FIB).

Please submit posters electronically to Ellen Hodges or Kathryn Hollar at sciencetix@seas.harvard.edu

First place prize: $100

Second place: $50

Third place: $25

Deadline for submission: March 26, 2008

Click here to download powerpoint poster template
Click here to download flyer

Please visit http://www.nisenet.org/page.php?page_ID=46 for more information on nationwide nanodays activities.

  

  Last Modified March 21, 2008 by the NSEC Office.