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The NanoShow

The NanoShow is a series of seminars and lectures on nanoscience and nanotechnology run by the National Physical Laboratory (NPL). The event is hosted in Second Life at the outdoor auditorium on Nanotechnology island, and broadcast to a real-life audience at NPL.
 

Outdoor Auditorium

Outdoor auditorium, Nanotechnology Island


 
The NanoShow is open and free to attend in Second Life. Audience members in Second Life are encouraged to participate, network and discuss the lecture topic of the day using text chat. You will also have an opportunity to ask the presenter / speaker questions at the end of the talk.

Details of upcoming NanoShows coming soon.

Click here for information about previous NanoShows.

If you would like to know more about the NanoShow, as a guest or a potential presenter, please contact support@nanolands.com.

New to Second Life? Click here for details about how to register and join in!

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6 comments

  1. […] was the first Nano Show; a bi-monthly series of science lectures presented simultaneously in real life at NPL and in Second […]


  2. […] Information about how to attend this event (if you’re new to SL) can be found at the NanoShow website. […]


  3. […] Third NanoShow on 29 January The third NanoShow will be on Tuesday, January 29, at 1700 GMT, 9am Second Life time (Pacific Time). Prof. Leslie Pendrill will give a talk titled “Metrology and Standardisation: Supporting Growth in Nanoproduction.” To find out how to attend, and to read the full abstract of the January 29 talk, visit the NanoShow webpage. […]


  4. […] Information about how to attend this event (if you’re new to SL) can be found at the NanoShow website. […]


  5. […] Fourth NanoShow on 12 February The fourth NanoShow will be on Tuesday, February 12, at 1700 GMT, 9am Second Life time (Pacific Time). Dr. JT Janssen will give a talk titled “Nano-Science and the Quantum World.” To find out how to attend, and to read the full abstract of the talk, visit the NanoShow webpage. […]


  6. […] Information about how to attend this event (if you’re new to SL) can be found at the NanoShow website. […]



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