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Materials World Modules (MWM) are hands-on, inquiry and design-based units for middle and high school students. Based on materials science and nanotechnology principles, this interdisciplinary approach engages students, adds relevance to traditional curriculum, and has been shown to improve science knowledge for all students.

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MWM STANDARDS ALIGNMENT » GO!  

National Science (AAAS, NSES) and Math (NCTM) standards – as well as selected state Science and Math standards – have been mapped to the activities and design project(s) of most MWM and all NCLT modules. If you are interested in finding out whether the activities you are considering for your classroom meet the relevant standards, go to MWM Standards Alignment >>
SIZE AND SCALE NANO GAMES » GO!  
nanoGames Sammy has to sort out the size and scale of many, many things in the universe. Help Sammy do his job...
NANOCOS GAME » GO!  
nanocosDo the properties of an object change as it gets smaller? What is nano? Play Nanocos Game to learn more...(Game requires two online players.)
THREE NEW MODULES!

nanopatterningNanopatterning

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How can engineers imitate natural nanopatterns? How can scientists visualize patterns too small to see? What do Shrinky Dinks have to do with science and engineering? Students will learn the answers to these questions as they design a pixel array. Go to Online Store >>

solar cells Dye-Sensitized Solar Cells


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drug delivery Nanoscale Drug Delivery


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MWM IN CHINA

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