Nano-link is coming to the Detroit area for a (free) all-day teacher workshop!

Through a generous NSF grant, participants will learn nanotechnology concepts, applications, experiments, how nanotechnology fits into their curriculum, and ways that Nano-link supports teachers with free curricula and lab materials throughout the year.


WHEN: Friday, October 16th from 8:30 AM- 3:30PM. WHERE: CASA School in Oak Park, Michigan. WHO: Science teachers grades 6-12 COST: Free through an NSF grant BONUS: Lunch will be provided.

Spaces are limited, but some participant slots are still available. Please register by October 2nd. After registration please watch your email for confirmation, directions to CASA, etc. For more information on the workshop email Adina Rubenstein at

Nano-link Center is a collaboration involving 11 educational institutions whose goal is to promote nanotechnology education at multiple grade levels by providing comprehensive resources for students and educators. These resources are supported by hands on educator workshops and on-line content and activity kits. They work with various industry partners to ensure their curricula help students gain skills, knowledge and abilities required to support the economic growth of companies involved in nanotechnology. They also support informal education by providing demonstrations and exhibits to civic organizations, high schools and museums. For more information on Nano-Link Center see

The Center for Advanced Studies and Arts is a consortium school composed of seven sending districts in the area (Berkley, Clawson, Ferndale, Lamphere, Madison, Hazel Park and Oak Park) where high school students take advanced arts or academic courses each afternoon. For more information on CASA see or contact CASA’s director, Jennifer Gebbie at

Hope to see you soon!