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The Understandingnano website has posted 5 new nanotechnology lesson plans in time for the 2010-2011 school year. The site now offers lesson plans for both high school and middle school grade levels on three topics.

UnderstandingNano Website Offers Lesson Plans for Educators

Posted on August 5th, 2010

The Understandingnano website has posted 5 new nanotechnology lesson plans in time for the 2010-2011 school year. The site now offers lesson plans for both high school and middle school grade levels on three topics: Introduction to Nanotechnology, Nanotechnology in Medicine, and Environmental Nanotechnology.

Each lesson plan includes a corresponding student handout and all plans are available for anybody to use. Interested educators and students can find these lesson plans at the following url:
www.understandingnano.com/nanotechnology-lesson-plan.html

Earl Boysen, co-author of Nanotechnology For Dummies from Wiley Publishing, began the UnderstandingNano website in 2007 to provide easy to understand explanations of nanotechnology concepts and applications to the general public. Since that time the site has attracted professional researchers in nanotechnology related fields, students, teachers, and others, who find the articles and data on the site useful and informative.

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Earl Boysen
Phone: (360) 643-3113

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