Welcome to the first Nano Bite, a monthly NISE Net e-newsletter. You're receiving this newsletter because you've signed up on nisenet.org. We hope you find it useful, but if not, you can unsubscribe by following the instructions in the footer of this email.
What's new in the network?
- NanoDays, the NISE Network's annual celebration of nanoscale science, technology, and engineering, is March 28 – April 5 this year, and it's not too late to apply for a NanoDays kit. Find more information, check out the contents of the kits, and fill out an application.
- 55 new members signed up on nisenet.org in the last month. A special welcome to the five most completed profiles of that bunch: Linda Coulombe, Jeanne Petschauer, Brett Kiser, Jim De Yoreo and Leon Geschwind.
- The online catalog of resources continues to grow. One new addition is "DNA Nanotechnology," a facilitated, hands-on activity exploring deoxyribonucleic acid.
- There are a number of upcoming events on the NISE Net calendar, including a Nanotechnology in Consumer Product Forum in Boston on January 22.
Nano Haiku of January:
I can't see you, but you're there
Tiny tiny thing