ACTIVITIES IN THE CLASSROOM 1. I.E.S. MANUEL DE FALLA.
The youngest ones spent three sessions playing with the memory games and puzzles. Here you can have a look at our graphic report.
May 29, 2010
I.E.S. Manuel de Falla
Nanoyou visited our school.
It was a great pleasure to receive, Patricia Muñoz King in our school. It was an intensive and pleasant experience.
We had four sessions with four different groups and during those sessions 5 five activities were carried out and 9 interviews were held.
I said before that the experience was really rewarding because we had direct feedback of our development of the project and we felt that our commitment and compromise are being valued and acknowledged which is something that does not usually happen in our educational life.
Students were really satisfied to meet someone from Brussels. I could feel that they realized they were doing something important and were able to open their ideas to the world. Besides, they realized that communicating in other languages and getting engaged to do extra things can allow you to be in contact with different learning and maturing opportunities.
It was also important to make some people at school feel that our team commitment and engagement is considered, valued and observed in Europe, therefore my crazy and impulsive decision to join Nano and work with Nano gained logical impulse, international echo and became an important result for my students and myself.
Thank you to you all, Nanoyou, students and colleagues.
A snapshot of Experiment D
May 28, 2010
other curiosities from the experiences CNCH Piatra-Neamt
May 27, 2010
Turkish flag in the world's smallest (100 nm width and 2 nm in length), was held at Bilkent University Nanotechnology Research Center.
Bilkent University Faculty of Science, Physics Department and National Nanotechnology Research Center supported by the SPO, Scanning Probe Mikrokopisi (ALL) group of graduate students in the Turkish flag drew the world's smallest.
Bilkent University Faculty of Science, Physics Department and National Nanotechnology Research Center supported by the SPO Scanning Probe Mikrokopisi (ALL) group of graduate students in the Turkish flag drew the world's smallest.
Dr. Ahmet Oral leadership, Munir Dede, free snow pressure, with Libby Introduction, Hülya Ayan, and Sevil Özer, Mehrdad Atabak drawn by research group comprised of flag width is two nanometers to 100 nanometers high.
The world's smallest nano-Turkish Flag, silicon chip canvas may be used as the surface itself developed a very sensitive microscope with a scanning atomic-level sharpening a needle voltage pulse is sent and the silicon chip oxidation by providing was highlighted.
ALL of the Group for this transaction, however, they have developed at Bilkent are explained using Atomic Force Microscope.
(A human hair of about 50 microns (microns) or considering the 50.000 nm thick, are plotted on the size of the flag may be possible to guess.)
May 25, 2010
Video @ LS "E. Majorana" Italy
video summary of all the activities realized in our school, during the three months of project development.
NEST researcher comes in LS "Majorana"
A researcher of National Enterprise for nanoScience and nanoTechnology gives a lectures to the students of the last two years of Liceo Scientifico "E. Majorana" - Capannori (LU) - Italy. March, 17th, 2010.
Introductory lectures at LS "Majorana"
We used PPT slides, posters, video and training material from NANOYOU website. March, 9th, 2010.
Liceo Scientifico "E. Majorana" - Italy
Our first activity within the project: the presentation during the student meeting. February, 19th, 2010.
ITIS Marconi, Verona-, Italy-Picture Contest
One of our students has taken part in the NANOYOU picture contest: “My intelligent environment”
His name is Mihail Liutic.
Have a look!
Another experiment with students from "Calistrat Hogas" National College Piatra-Neamt
Another group of students... another experiment with nanotex material.
May 24, 2010
Experiment with Superhydrophobic materials - "Calistrat Hogas" National College" Piatra-Neamt
Students have tested a number of common materials and continued with Nanotex. They were very interested in quality of this material and were impressed with the experiment. You can see their work here or on youtube
Students from "Calistrat Hogas" National College" Piatra-Neamt realized a photo album with their work:
May 19, 2010
nano blog-- C.N. Calistrat Hogas Piatra-Neamt
Students of "Calistrat Hogas" National College Piatra Neamt have done a blog, now at the begining, which will be displayed all their group activities. You can view all experiments, nano activities, interviews with participating students, their articles and their vision about nanotechnologies.
The first contact with nano world at C.N. Calistrat Hogas Piatra-Neamt
The first contact with nano world was made several months ago. Students were divided into age groups and classes, depending on the number of those enrolled. Each class has its film presentation.
You can follow our experiment here or on youtube:
Nano - first experiment at "Calistrat Hogas" National College Piatra-Neamt
You can see the fiirst experiment at "Calistrat Hogas" National College Piatra-Neamt.
Are students of 10th class, mathematics-computer science and they was very interested.
May 18, 2010
"Nicolae Titulescu" High School - Nanoyou Role Play - Antibacterial socks
"Nicolae Titulescu" High School participation at the Astronomy Day - 24th of April, 2010
May 16, 2010
Activities at St. Theodoros Gymnasium (Cyprus)
A short video presentation with some of our activities. Download the video
Experiments at Pedro Poveda School (Spain)
In this post we send two links to the videos about the Nanoyou experiments A and D we made at Pedro Poveda School (Spain).
Enjoy with them.
May 08, 2010
Nanoyou in the Spanish news
A piece of news speaking about Nanoyou in the Pedro Poveda School (Jaén-Spain) has been published in a regional newspaper. The information was printed 27th april, And the title is: "Pedro Poveda school studies Nanoscience" (click to view the article).