Nano Science Day - March 22, 2014

Last weekend, COSI hosted its annual Nano Science Day in partnership with the Ohio State University and Boston's Museum of Science.  Throughout the event, several dozen OSU volunteers presented various nano-related demonstrations (including the inner workings of computer hard drives, the power of an electron microscope, and the finer points of nano measuring).  MOS Boston's Karine Thate also visited COSI to present on a new type of nano-imaging called QSTORM, which was developed in part through the help of OSU chemical engineering researcher Jessica Winter.

We're very much looking forward to next year's Nano Science Day...

Visit to see photos of the event.

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Dave Buker

Dave Buker

Dave Buker is the Manager of Technology and Innovation Operations and has been with COSI since 2010. Along with other team members, he designs and operates a variety of maker, technology, and general science workshops. In his time away from COSI, Dave is an avid songwriter, a member of two bands (Dave Buker & the Historians / the Depths), and a film-score composer.

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