NanOpinion needs you!
Did you know that a nanometre is very tiny and is one billionth of a metre or one millionth of a millimetre?
When we talk about nanotechnologies, we simply mean structures and systems that work at the nanometre scale. Nanotechnologies can be defined as ‘engineering at a very small scale’ and this term can be applied to many areas of research and development – such as health, medicine, ICT, energy and the environment.
Three NanOpinion stations are visiting 30 different locations throughout Europe to collect European citizens’ opinions on nanotechnologies. These creative stations offer the public the opportunity to engage with a multimedia platform, learn a lot about nano, record their opinion in a pan-European survey and experience the latest nano-products on the market.
The British Council will host one of these NanOpinion mobile stations in Bucharest on 21-23 March 2014 at "Grigore Antipa" National Museum of Natural History.
- Friday 1300-1800
- Saturday 1100-1800
- Sunday 1100-1400
Find out more about the European research project by visiting the NanOpinion website or following their activity on Facebook or Twitter.
Main partner: "Grigore Antipa" National Museum of Natural History