The nanoPedia is an online resource about nanotechnology built largely by students from Case Western Reserve University. You may browse our pages or search for specific topics. Below are links to the courses that participated in building the nanoPedia. New to the nanoPedia are also downloadable teaching modules for teachers/students in grades 8-12. Click on the links below, and start exploring!
The Nanoworlds Course
is an introductory college-level seminar course describing the interdisciplinary field of nanotechnology, its underlying science and technology and the impact of nanotechnology on current and future society. Please browse through the student portfolios
The Introduction to Nanotechnology
course is a graduate level survey course on nanotechnology examining various scientific concepts as well as overviewing the applications that nanotechnology impacts. Please browse through the student portfolios
A teaching module
on the topic of "What is nanotechnology?" for teachers of grades 7 - 12 is now available for download.