Nanotechnology hands-on activities and Coding workshop (Fee: $25.00)
Saturday, February 10 of 2018, 1.00 pm to 4.00 pm,
Naperville 95th street library conference room A 
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Nanotechnology workshop: 1.00  pm to 2.30 pm (grades: K-8) 

Kids from K-2 must be accompanied by parent for Nanotechnology workshop
 Learn about the exciting scientific world of nanotechnology, how it can be useful to humankind. A student will learn about Nanoparticles, Nanomedicine, and science at Nanoscale and their applications in daily life via demonstration and hands-on activities. Nanotechnology is science, engineering, and technology for extremely tiny things. The diameter of a human hair is 100,000 nanometer. Nanotechnology is based on physics, chemistry, biology, engineering, and technology. It covers the very wide base of multidisciplinary science. Today scientists can manipulate and control individual atoms and molecules and can design new materials. Surprisingly, Nanotechnology is ubiquitous, and we use it every day in our life. This presentation will cover wonders and day-to-day uses of nanotechnology. It is designed to introduce nanotechnology to the general audience via presentations and experimental demonstrations. This presentation intends to excite young minds and hearts to broaden the view of the STEM. 
Coding workshop: 2.45 pm to 4.00 pm (grades: K-5)
The coding workshop will be a preparatory for our upcoming NanoBeasts Coding challenge in March. It is open to kids grades K-5 only. 
Learn to create animated games using Scratch. Initiate early development using a well-researched program and build a strong foundation for the brighter future. Scratch is designed for younger kids to teach logic, math, and programming developed by MIT media lab. Kids learn how to program and share their programmed stories, games, and animation via interactive media. Coding from Scratch is refreshing, interactive, creative, and fun! Channel your child's energy in a creative direction.

NanoBeasts Annual STREAM event 2017

Please join us on Sunday, August 27 for NanoBeasts STREAM (Science, Technology, Robotics, Engineering, Art and Math)  Fair.  NanoBeasts students are in elementary, middle, and high school participating in this event. Students are having so much fun creating their projects and they are very excited to show their projects. The event will take place at the 95th street library starting from 1:00pm to 4:30pm in conference room A. Each child will have their own presentation and model and will spend 5 minutes showing it and another 5 minutes for a public q and a. At the end, the judges will give out medals, certificates, and project evaluation. The kids participating have done an excellent job and have worked very hard on their projects, and we believe that this is not an event to miss.

Join us

Sunday, August 27

1.00pm to 4.30pm

at the

95th Street Library

3015 Cedar glade rd.

Naperville, IL 60564

RSVP appreciated

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Aryan Jadhav, 1st Grade

Class: NanoB Coders

Project: Programming

Krish Dave, 2nd Grade

Class: NanoB Coders

Project: Programming

Vivaan Venkat, 3rd Grade

Class: NanoB Explorers

Project: Gear Trains and Programming

 

Ishaan Manoor, 4th Grade

Class: NanoB Explorers Level 1&2

Project: Robotics and Programming

 

Nimit Shah, 4th Grade

Class: NanoB Explorers

Project: Robotics and Programming

 

Aarav Jain, 4th Grade

Class: NanoB Explorers

Project: Lego Mechanisms and Programming

 

Krithik Prasad, 4th Grade

Class: Arduino, and Raspberry PI

Project: Electronics and Programming

 
 

Karthik Prasad, 4th Grade

Class: Arduino, and Raspberry PI

Project: Electronics and Programming

Manasvini Chintalapati, 5th grade

Class: STEM class

Project: Robotics, Electronics and Programming

Joseph Moraski, 6th Grade

Classes: EV3 Mindstorms,Vex-

Robotics, Small basics, and IoT

Project: Robotics, Electronics and Programming

 

Da'nia D. Hill, 6th Grade

Class: Arduino Projects

Project: Electronics and Programming

 

Sohum Suthar, 7th Grade

Classes: EV3 Mindstorms,Vex

Robotics, Small basics, IoT

Project: Robotics, Electronics and Programming

 

Aum Suthar, 8th Grade

Classes: Ev3 Mindstorms, IoT,

Raspberry PI, and Small Basics

Project: Robotics, Electronics and Programming

Demarco D. Hill, 8th Grade

Class: Arduino Projects

Project:  Electronics and Programming