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The Bradbury Science Museum celebrates NanoDays with a week of events April 7-13.
NanoDays is part of a nationwide festival of educational programs about nanoscale science and engineering.
At the nanoscale — the scale of atoms and molecules — many common materials exhibit unusual properties. The ability to manipulate matter at this microscopic size enables innovations that were never before possible. Using these advancements, nanotechnology is revolutionizing how scientists research and develop medicine, computing, food, energy and many other things people rely on.
Other activities include using electricity to shape memory metal and exploring thin films — the reason bubbles have so many colors. A movie series related to nanotechnology “Making Stuff,” will be shown at 1 p.m. every day. There are four movies to the PBS series and include the themes “smaller, stronger, cleaner and smarter.” The Science Cinema movie will be shown at 10:30 a.m. April 12 and will also be a nano-related film about atoms by Bill Nye the Science Guy.
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