Kristin: A number of NanoVic’s activities were featured at the Education Day during the COMS07 conference in Melbourne last week. Dr Peter Binks talked about future workforce implications of nanotechnology education, Francesca Calati and Dr Amanda Clarke presented SHINE and I talked about the futures thinking in the innovative development of SHINE. The NanoBits Kit was launched by the Minister for Education Jacinta Allan, and the artworks from the NanoVic Prizes for Art & Nanotechnology were featured as part of a display. Other highlights during the day included Brian Strating discussing the Roxborough Park Cluster project alongside a fabulous display of children’s artworks, and Dr Joe Shapter explaining how nanotechnology is taught at Flinders University.
Originally published on Blog@NanoVic for Nanotechnology Victoria.