March 6-9, 2018
Carnegie Science Center
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What can you do in research with cutting-edge materials?
Get inspired by Mike Zalich, senior development chemist at PPG. He will share his career path, which included earning a Fulbright scholarship and working in Australia for two years, and what he is up to at PPG.
Learn about how he decided to do what he does and how he got there, along with projects he has he worked on including nanotechnology and fluorescent materials and the impact his work could have on the world. Please bring your questions for a lively Q&A.
Science and technology topics include: chemistry, advanced materials, nanotechnology, & careers
Program Capacity: 140Program Dates & Times
March 9, 2018 – 11 am
Do it – competition, volunteer, games, make it, lesson plan
Play Decide: Nanotechnology a thought provoking group exercise
Classroom yearly fee $30 for use of a dozen plus interactives: Nanoparticles & Brain Tumors
The Latest and Greatest in Nano from NASA
In the News
Tiny Etch-a-Sketch: A simple technique can draw--and erase--wires to create denser computer memory.
Densest-ever memory system uses individual atoms to store data
Pioneering Nanotechnologist, Naomi Halas
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