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Nanotec-USA will be conducting hands on educational experiments at the Smithsonian National Museum of American History during NanoDays 2010. Come out to learn, participate and have fun with Nanotechnology.

Nanotec-USA Demos Bionic Nanotechnology During NanoDays 2010

Washington, DC | Posted on March 27th, 2010

John W. Moore, President and CEO, Nanotec-USA will be at the Smithsonian Institute National Museum of American History during NanoDays 2010.

Mr. Moore met with Mr. Steven Madewell, manager of Spark!Lab a few weeks ago to discuss how to help educate today's youth and adults about Nanotechnology. According to Mr. Madewell, the public associates the word "Nanotechnology" with science fiction or tiny robots.

Mr. Moore brought along examples of everyday items that his company had made Nano-Bionic with the Nanotec-USA NanoBionics treatments including Bionic sand, textile, glass, paper, cork and natural stone.

While Mr. Moore demonstrated the water and dirt repellent functions of the Nano-Bionic items, intermediate school students came into Spark!Lab. The kids took turns pouring water drops onto the Bionic surfaces and watched the water take off like a ball of mercury on most of the surfaces. The kids were fascinated and asked Mr. Moore many excellent questions about NanoBionic Nanotechnology.

It was decided that Nanotec-USA would represent the Bionic Nanotechnology industry for NanoDays 2010 at the Lemelson Center inside the Smithsonian National Museum of American History.

Here's a sneak peak at the fun experiments planned:

Mr. Moore will have several samples of everyday items on hand that have been treated with Nanotec-USA's NanoBionics Nanotechnology smart surface treatments. The event will provide today's youth and adults the opportunity to participate in hands-on experiments. The experiments will include hydrophobic (water fearing) Bionic function evaluation and self-cleaning Bionic function of the treated samples, and making a manmade water table out of NanoBionic sand and top soil to name a few.

Nanotec-USA has also treated the metal screen material of a kitchen food strainer. Attendees will see the water ball up on the nano-structures docked to the metal mesh, not passing through the screen. Next they can blow canned air through the screen and feel that the surface is not sealed. This experiment proves NanoBionics treated surfaces still breathe.

During intermission of the Spark!Lab experiments, Mr. Moore will prepare then apply Nanotec-USA's NanoBionics Nanotechnology treatment for plastic to several of the museum's clear plastic display cases. Attendees will learn how much area can be treated with just 5ml of NanoBionics treatment.

Demonstrations on April 3, 2010 will include preparing a stainless steel and a plastic surface then applying Nanotec-USA's specially engineered Anti-Influenz treatment. This treatment has been engineered to help prevent the spread of the H1N1 virus and the Avian flu.

Mr. Moore will explain how the Anti-Influenz treatment functions and explain the benefits of this advanced Bio-Nanotechnology smart surface treatment.

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About Nanotec-USA
Nanotec-USA ranks among the first Nano-Bionic Nanotechnology companies in the United States. The founder of Nanotec-USA, John W. Moore, has 14 years of experience in surface polishing and restoration of glass, paint, plastic and various metals. Mr. Moore also has a background in the anodizing of various grades of metal, hard coat anodize, and other related processes dealing with metal finishing. With his background, Mr. Moore is able to assist our clients in the preparation of the surfaces to accept our Nano-Bionics products.

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Contacts:
John W. Moore
President and CEO, Nanotec-USA
Office: (866) 626-6187
Mobile: (703) 929-4340
Fax: (703) 494-0109

NanoBionic Car website: www.NanoBioniccarusa.com

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