The Nano@school website now online

Categorie(s) : Education, Life @ MINATEC, MINATEC, News

Published : 6 October 2013

Nano@school, a fun, hands-on program to teach high-schoolers about micro and nanotechnology, now has its own website: The website (in French only) is intended for both students and teachers, and includes information about the program and participant testimonials—including two videos produced by high-school students. The website also includes a secure area where teachers can download instructional materials to help them prepare for their field trip to CIME Nanotech.

Along with launching a new website, the Nano@school project partners (Grenoble Institute of Technology, CEA, Grenoble University’s Joseph Fourier School, and the Grenoble School Board) have also designed a new logo and filed a trademark, effectively taking their communications to the next level. Nano@school has been running for five years and serves some 400 high-schoolers each year.


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