National Nanotechnology Infrastructure Network: NNIN is an integrated partnership of fourteen user facilities, supported by NSF, providing unparalleled opportunities for nanoscience and nanotechnology research. The NNIN has as its goals a wide variety of educational outreach that spans the spectrum of K-gray, i.e., school aged children through adult professionals. The Education and Outreach components of the NNIN, linked above, include network-wide programs to address needs at the national scale and more specific efforts for communities that are local to network sites.
NISE Network: Funded by the National Science Foundation, the Nanoscale Informal Science Education Network (NISE Net) is a national community of researchers and informal science educators dedicated to fostering public awareness, engagement, and understanding of nanoscale science, engineering, and technology. Click on link for a wealth of additional information.
NanoDays: is a nationwide festival of educational programs about nanoscale science and engineering and its potential impacts. Click on the link for info on upcoming dates and participating institutions.
DragonFlyTV: With major funding from the National Science Foundation, DragonflyTV is a PBS science education television series for children aged 6-12, produced by Twin Cities Public Television. One particular season with six shows was dedicated to aspects of nanotechnology. Click to link to their educational tools and information.
Making Stuff: The PBS series NOVA has created a 4-part special series exploring the materials that will shape the future. Stronger, smarter, smaller, and cleaner are the themes of each show, and aspects of nanotechnology are found throughout. Click to link to their educational tools and information.