Nanotechnology Videos

Our "NanoTube" collection of informative and noteworthy videos
in the areas of nanosciences and nanotechnology

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Big thinking: The power of nanoscience
Source: Berkeley Lab
Science at the Theater, June 6th, 2011: Berkeley Lab scientists reveal how nanoscience will bring us cleaner energy, faster computers, and improved medicine.

Careers in nanotechnology
Source: Penn State University
Information video about careers in nanotechnology put together by the Center for Nanotechnology Education and Utilization at Penn State.

Conversations in Science: Nanotechnology
Source: University of Wisconsin
A series of nine videos taken from a lecture by Wendy C. Crone, Assistant Professor at the University of Wisconsin-Madison.

Decoding Nano
Source: techNyouvids
This video offers an introductory overview of Nanotechnology - exploring the science and processes behind it, its applications in the material world, and its potential to solve global environmental, health, and medical problems. It also reviews consumer concerns and regulatory challenges.

Indo-US Science & Technology Forum: Nanotechnology session 1
Source: ResearchChannel
An 85-minute video of two presentations from this forum: "Paradigms of Meso-Fabrication: Beyond the top-down and bottom-up" and "Nanotechnology Work: The Engineering of System Integration."

Indo-US Science & Technology Forum: Nanotechnology session 2
Source: ResearchChannel
An 89-minute video from this forum with two presentations: "Nanotechnology and Industrial Research" and "Eco-Nano: The Impact of Engineered Nanomaterials on the Environment".

Introduction to Micro/Nanotechnology, Nanodevices and Nanofabrication (part 1)
Source: The Johns Hopkins University
Micro/Nanotechnology is the science of extreme miniaturization, all the way down to the molecular and atomic scales. This field has the potential to drastically improve electronics, medicine, communications, manufacturing, and beyond. Because micro/nanostructures are too small to see with the naked eye, there is a dire need for visualization resources, such as video and animations, to visualize and understand this revolutionary field. This educational module effectively introduces students to the concept of micro/nano, the micro/nanofabrication techniques used to create micro/nanodevices, and examples of micro/nanoscale projects, many of which utilize self-assembly. The module incorporates 3D animations, video footage, and images, as well as a narrative that describes and reinforces what is being seen on screen. Part 1

Introduction to Micro/Nanotechnology, Nanodevices and Nanofabrication (part 2)
Source: The Johns Hopkins University
Micro/Nanotechnology is the science of extreme miniaturization, all the way down to the molecular and atomic scales. This field has the potential to drastically improve electronics, medicine, communications, manufacturing, and beyond. Because micro/nanostructures are too small to see with the naked eye, there is a dire need for visualization resources, such as video and animations, to visualize and understand this revolutionary field. This educational module effectively introduces students to the concept of micro/nano, the micro/nanofabrication techniques used to create micro/nanodevices, and examples of micro/nanoscale projects, many of which utilize self-assembly. The module incorporates 3D animations, video footage, and images, as well as a narrative that describes and reinforces what is being seen on screen. Part 2

Introduction to Micro/Nanotechnology, Nanodevices and Nanofabrication (part 3)
Source: The Johns Hopkins University
Micro/Nanotechnology is the science of extreme miniaturization, all the way down to the molecular and atomic scales. This field has the potential to drastically improve electronics, medicine, communications, manufacturing, and beyond. Because micro/nanostructures are too small to see with the naked eye, there is a dire need for visualization resources, such as video and animations, to visualize and understand this revolutionary field. This educational module effectively introduces students to the concept of micro/nano, the micro/nanofabrication techniques used to create micro/nanodevices, and examples of micro/nanoscale projects, many of which utilize self-assembly. The module incorporates 3D animations, video footage, and images, as well as a narrative that describes and reinforces what is being seen on screen. Part 3

Introduction to Micro/Nanotechnology, Nanodevices and Nanofabrication (part 4)
Source: The Johns Hopkins University
Micro/Nanotechnology is the science of extreme miniaturization, all the way down to the molecular and atomic scales. This field has the potential to drastically improve electronics, medicine, communications, manufacturing, and beyond. Because micro/nanostructures are too small to see with the naked eye, there is a dire need for visualization resources, such as video and animations, to visualize and understand this revolutionary field. This educational module effectively introduces students to the concept of micro/nano, the micro/nanofabrication techniques used to create micro/nanodevices, and examples of micro/nanoscale projects, many of which utilize self-assembly. The module incorporates 3D animations, video footage, and images, as well as a narrative that describes and reinforces what is being seen on screen. Part4



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