MIT.nano: Step into the Nano Age
Tuesday, April 16, 2019 at 11:00am to 3:00pm
Building 12 60 Vassar Street, Cambridge, MA 02139
Cambridge Science Festival at MIT.nano
Explore MIT’s astonishing brand new nano-research facility through demonstrations and hands-on activities. Learn how the power of nano will help build a better world.
How big is a smell? What size is a color? From what we see to how we smell, from how insect wings shed water to how plants turn sunlight into energy, nature operates with molecules measured in nanometers.
Just how small is that? A nanometer is a billionth of a meter!
Visit MIT’s new nano-research facility to meet people who explore this fantastically small world. Experience demonstrations of groundbreaking research and innovative technologies, take part in hands-on activities for the whole family—and learn how the power of nano will help build a better world.
Cost: Free. Online RSVP requested.
Click here to RSVP: mitnano.mit.edu/csf2019/
Presented as part of the 10-day Cambridge Science Festival. Visit
www.CambridgeScienceFestival.org for festival calendar and more