AthenaWeb goes nano with the its fresh new contributor, Nano2hybrids: Nanocheese film uses a piece of French cheese to wittly demonstrate the power of nano-scale materials, while a researchers uses chemical building block to illustrate fundamental concepts in nanotechology in Christmas for a scientist. These films are all part of a series of imaginative and entertaining films that make pioneering science absorbing and compelling.
"nano2hybrids" is an EU Research project from 2007-2010 developing new ultra-sensitive gas sensors using carbon nanotube nanotechnology. During the project the scientists have been making videos, allowing the public to become involved in a real research project "as it happens", to follow the ups and downs, the new discoveries and the dead ends - in short, to find out what doing science research is really like. For more information, visit www.nano2hybrids.net
Over the next few months AthenaWeb will showcase the amazing science and creative filmmaking from the nano2hybrids, but for now check out on AthenaWeb:
Christmas for a scientist
The EU project Nano2hybrids
And check out the Nano videos library