Promote Your Profession by Co-Branding with PlayGen™ and Sponsoring New NanoMission™ Gaming Modules

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" In order to make the games available to as many teachers and students as possible, NanoMission seeks sponsorship to cover game development costs. Opportunities are available from 10K$ (£5,000 €7,500) to 350K$ (£180,000 €270,000)."

" The branding available through sponsorship, along with the advisory role open to sponsors for having input into the design of the games, provides a unique opportunity to position the sponsors as leaders in the developing field of nanotechnology education..."

" Benefits of Sponsorship include:

* Creating an association between your organization and the field of nanotechnology to upcoming generations of scientists, engineers, and technologists.
* Exhibiting strong social responsibility by supporting and encouraging science education.
* Increasing public and media awareness of your organization’s role in the developing field of nanotechnology.
* Shaping the understanding and discussion of nanotechnology now and into the future: securing a thought-leadership role."

Contact Kam Memarzia (Kam at to receive a sponsorship packet laying out the options.,com_frontpage/Itemid,46/

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