Alexander Nguyen, Simon Siegert, Maximilian Födlmeier
The purpose of this worldwide program is to support the education of the new generations of artists and scientists and to promote the art-science-technology intersections, NanoArt, and Nanotechnology for a better youth development.
7 pictures, last one added on Apr 01, 2015
"Children respond to simple explanations of new materials and find it easy to understand that if they look through a very powerful microscope, a whole new tiny world of structure appears and the shapes sometimes look like many of the shapes they see in the normal full-size world." (Judith Light Feather). Jordan is in 5th grade.
1 pictures, last one added on Jan 12, 2009
"When I showed Julia the scan I explained to her that the image was taken with a very powerful microscope to show her the shapes in a very tiny unseen world can be as beautiful as the shapes she sees everyday in nature. Since she loves butterflies, she chose to paint this scan. Julia has been painting and expressing her creativity since she was 3 years old and prefers painting her own pictures. She has a natural art talent and a strong ability to stay focused on a project for hours with total enjoyment." (Judith Light Feather). Julia is in kindergarden.