Related links for ‘Big Picture: Nanoscience’

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Organisations and initiatives

  • Demos, an independent think-tank advocating more openness and dialogue between scientists, policy makers and the public.
  • Greenpeace, an independent non-profit global campaigning organisation.
  • Nanoscience at Cambridge, which includes links to the Nanoscience Centre at University of Cambridge and the Interdisciplinary Research Centre for Nanotec.
  • The Institute of Nanotechnology is a nanotechnology information provider working closely with governments, universities, researchers and companies worldwide on developing and promoting all aspects of nanotechnology.
  • The Royal Society, the UK’s national academy of science – an independent charitable body at the cutting edge of scientific progress, which influences science policy and debates scientific issues with the public.
  • The Science Museum’s online exhibition on nanotechnology: small science, big deal.

General articles and links

About this resource

This resource was first published in ‘Nanoscience’ in June 2005.

Topic:
Biotechnology and engineering
Issue:
Nanoscience
Education levels:
16–19, Continuing professional development