Just how small is "nano" anyhow, and why should you care? Is nanotechnology here yet? Could you be using nano products right now without even knowing it? Join Cal Poly faculty Kathy Chen (Materials Engineering) and Jane Lehr (Women's and Gender Studies and Ethnic Studies) and special guest Frank Kusiak for a Science Café Wednesday, April 8, 3:304:30 pm in the Kennedy Library Learning Commons Café near Julian's.
Frank Kusiak is an informal science educator and nanotech outreach specialist at Berkeley's Lawrence Hall of Science His background is in instructional design and education via computer gaming and robotics. He specializes in explaining emerging technologies to a diverse museum going public.
- Date & Time: Weds., April 8, 3:30-4:30
- Name: Nanocafé: Is Small the New Big?
- Speaker: Frank Kusiak, Berkeley Lawrence Hall of Science
- Moderator: Dr. Jane Lehr, Ethnic Studies Department; Women's and Gender Studies Department
- View: Photos of the event
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