CNSI creates multidisciplinary education and training opportunities that supplement and enhance traditional degree programs and classroom curricula to prepare a new generation of science leaders who will apply science to emerging global challenges. For nearly a decade, CNSI has collaborated with a dedicated group of UCLA researchers to create academic courses, workshops, professional development and training opportunities that engage the educators of today and students who will become the scientists of tomorrow.
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UCLA's CNSI and CEIN Celebrate National Nanotechnology Day Raising awareness of nanotechnology through demonstrations, tours, and talks Meghan Steele Horan | October 17, 2017 Members from the UC Center for Environmental Implications and California NanoSystems...read more
Bringing nanoscience out of the classroom and into the local community Bringing nanoscience out of the classroom and into the local community CNSI Volunteers perform hands-on demos teaching concepts of nanotechnology at Feria de Educación Meghan Steele Horan | October...read more
August 4, 2017 | UCLA launches program to train students on sustainable food, energy and water management
By 2030, roughly 60 percent of the world’s inhabitants will live in cities, up from just 34 percent in 1960. As a result of that population shift, much larger amounts of food, energy and water will need to be transported into urban centers, often from far away,...read more
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The Nanoscience Workshop for Teachers program is driven by the contribution of graduate students and postdoctoral scholars whose participation is made possible with the support of NSF awards: Material Creation Training Program IGERT, Clean Energy for Green Industry IGERT, and CHE-1112569. Gifts to CNSI’s educational programs help support outreach efforts, learning and training opportunities for future scientists and researchers.