Engaging the public in ethics of nanotechnology. An interactive website and television series creates public discussion using new media.
Multimedia introduces nanotechnology.
The University of California, Berkeley evaluated different media to translate the leading edge of nanotechnology research for visitors to the Lawrence Hall of Science. Nanozone combined demonstrations and exhibits with artificial intelligence technologies and Internet-based activities.
Formative evaluation established which media best communicated research content. Edu provided front-end research, user testing, and a summative study.