We hope that you liked visiting our exhibit. We wanted you to be able to expand on your interest in nanotechnology so we have located some experiments for you to do at home:
- Ready, Set, Fizz – an experiment using household ingredients to explore the effects of surface area https://www.howtosmile.org/resource/smile-000-000-003-651
- Smelly Balloons – understand diffusion using latex balloons and flavour extracts! https://www.flinnsci.com/api/library/Download/d38c19c446cc40d9b52270ae3187e268
- Rainbow Film – creating iridescence using paper and nail polish! http://www.nisenet.org/sites/default/files/catalog/uploads/9881/diy_nano_print_rainbow_film_03_21.pdf
- Seeing Your DNA https://www.livescience.com/37252-dna-science-experiment.html
- Morphing butterfly – understand the nanoscience behind colourful butterflies! http://www.nisenet.org/sites/default/files/catalog/uploads/9881/diy_nano_print_butterfly_03_21.pdf
- Bouncing Bubbles – a simple experiment to understand surface tension https://nanogirldotcodotnz.files.wordpress.com/2017/04/bubble-experiment-card.pdf
This DIY Nano Book (http://www.nisenet.org/catalog/diy-nano-book) is also a great resource and it’s free!