2022 Nano Days

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Christopher K.
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2022 Nano Days

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If you're a fan, you'll be ecstatic that there will be an expanse of nanotechnology demonstrations at this year's NanoDays.

Once again, it will be helmed by Professor Juana Moreno. The event will take place on Saturday 2 April from 3pm to 7pm; this event will then become April's Plus Night which will last until 10pm.

About Professor Moreno:
https://www.lsu.edu/physics/people/faculty/moreno.php

LSU P&A involved with news regarding nanoscale systems...
https://www.lsu.edu/physics/news/2021/n ... m_omar.php
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Re: 2022 Nano Days

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A friendly reminder that this Plus Night's Quest game does not start after the beginning of Plus Night; it actually begins at 6pm while NanoDays has an hour left.

There will be two addtions to the classic NanoDays demonstration collection.
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Re: 2022 Nano Days

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Due to unforeseen circumstances, the Nano Days event will be truncated to 3pm to 5:30pm today. We will have solar viewing, a DNA extraction exercise, and the NASA Tech Connect game. The Nano Quest game has been moved to 7:30pm to 9:30pm during Plus Night.
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Re: 2022 Nano Days

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HRPO personnel are in talks with LSU personnel to have some of the nanotechnology demonstrations and experiments expected for Nano Days to appear at International Astronomy Day on Saturday 7 May...
https://hrpo.lsu.edu//programs/astronomy_day.html

As one can see just with a quick perusing of the IAD schedule, one should decide to arrive during specific the times the events one likes will be occurring.
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