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Journal of Nano Education
The Journal of Nano Education (JNE) is a peer-reviewed international journal that aims to provide the most complete and reliable source of information on current developments in nanoscale science, technology, engineering, and medical education.

Editor-in-Chief: Dr. Kurt Winkelmann, USA

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Volume 6, Number 2 (December 2014) pp.79-174

A Special Issue on Highlighting Nanotechnology at BCCE
Editor-in-Chief: Kurt Winkelmann
J. Nano Educ. 6, 79-80 (2014)
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Plenty of Room at the Bottom for Nano Education
Thomas J. Bussey and MaryKay Orgill
J. Nano Educ. 6, 81-82 (2014)
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Chemistry Contributions to Nanoscience and Nanotechnology Education: A Review of the Literature
MaryKay Orgill and Sarah A. Wood
J. Nano Educ. 6, 83-108 (2014)
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A Ten Year Review of the National Science Foundation Nanotechnology in Undergraduate Education (NUE) Program
Kurt Winkelmann
J. Nano Educ. 6, 109-116 (2014)
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Nanoporous Materials: Synthesis Concepts and Model Experiments for School Chemistry Education
Timm Wilke, Stefanie Haffer, Christian Weinberger, Michael Tiemann, Thorsten Wagner, and Thomas Waitz
J. Nano Educ. 6, 117-123 (2014)
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Nano in a Global Context: Modular Course Design with Integrated Ethics Improves Core Knowledge in

Navid B. Saleh, Juan M. Caicedo, Ann Johnson, A. R. M. Nabiul Afrooz, and Iftheker A. Khan
J. Nano Educ. 6, 124-131 (2014)
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Bringing Nanoscience Into Traditional Physical and Inorganic Chemistry Courses
Sarah K. St. Angelo
J. Nano Educ. 6, 132-138 (2014)
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A Student-Centered Approach to Materials Science for High School Students: The Introduction to
Materials Science and Nanotechnology Summer Program

Luis Avila, Elena Bront de Avila, and Leonard Fine
J. Nano Educ. 6, 139-147 (2014)
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A First Year Experience Course on Nanoscience for Undergraduates
Richard W. Schwenz and Kimberly A. O. Pacheco
J. Nano Educ. 6, 148-151 (2014)
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Teaching Self-Assembly Through Model-Based Activities and the Impact on Students' Understanding of
Entropy and Enthalpy

M. S. Cara Hale-Hanes
J. Nano Educ. 6, 152-156 (2014)
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Using a Field in Flux to Discuss Nature of Science in the Classroom: The Case of Defining Self-Assembly
Thomas J. Bussey, Megan E. Litster, Wendy Ho, Sarah A. Wood, and MaryKay Orgill
J. Nano Educ. 6, 157-168 (2014)
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Table of Contents to Volume 6, Numbers 1-2, 2014
J. Nano Educ. 6, 169-170 (2014)
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Author Index to Volume 6, Numbers 1-2, 2014
J. Nano Educ. 6, 171-172 (2014)
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Subject Index to Volume 6, Numbers 1-2, 2014
J. Nano Educ. 6, 173-174 (2014)
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Volume 6, Number 1 (June 2014) pp.1-78

A Review of Nanotechnology Learning Resources for K-12, College and Informal Educators
Kurt Winkelmann, Leonard Bernas, and Mahmoud Saleh
J. Nano Educ. 6, 1-11 (2014)
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Integrating Nanoscience and Technology in Natural Science Associate Degree and Relocation Programs
Serving Underrepresented Students

Ping Y. Furlan
J. Nano Educ. 6, 12-24 (2014)
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Laboratory Research Motivated Chemistry Classroom Activity to Promote Interests Among Students
Towards Science

Vanessa Moosavifazel, Amit Kumar, Hyoung J. Cho, and Sudipta Seal
J. Nano Educ. 6, 25-29 (2014)
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Do You See Atoms? An Interdisciplinary Class on Atomic Force Microscopy and the Philosophy of Imaging
Roland Bennewitz and Niko Strobach
J. Nano Educ. 6, 30-38 (2014)
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Exploring Pre-Service Teachers' Perceptions of the Risks of Emergent Technologies: Implications for
Teaching and Learning

Grant E. Gardner and M. Gail Jones
J. Nano Educ. 6, 39-49 (2014)
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Undergraduate Students' Risk Perception and Argumentation Concerning Nanomaterials in Consumer Products
Caroline Karlsson, Margareta Enghag, Misse Wester, and Linda Schenk
J. Nano Educ. 6, 50-62 (2014)
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Haves and Have-Nots: The State of Nanotechnology and STEM Education in U.S. Baccalaureate Liberal
Arts Colleges

Luke Latario, Lucas Loffredo, Daniel Ness, Stephen J. Farenga, and Vishal Shah
J. Nano Educ. 6, 63-69 (2014)
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Nanotechnology Ethics Education in China: A Case Study
Nan Wang
J. Nano Educ. 6, 70-78 (2014)
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