Our education programs strive to promote science education and awareness of nanoscience and nanotechnology throughout society, with a special emphasis on bringing diversity to the study and practice of science and engineering.
SNF's K-12 education programs focus on developing educational materials for students and professional development for science teachers.
SNF participates in the NNIN Research Experience for Undergraduates (REU) program each summer, which provides students with experience in cutting edge research and a taste of what graduate school is like.
Nanotechnology for Everyone
Discover "nanotechnology" and learn how SNF is involved.
Remote Tools and Capabilities
SNF/NNIN use many distance-learning tools in education programs and projects. These include remote access to microscopes and other nanotechnology characterization equipment, webcam links to cleanrooms and research activity, simulation tools, process and equipment data bases, and training and nanotechnology education videos.