
Mustafa Avci
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EngrTEAMS Curricular Units
20 Jun 2022   Contributor(s):: Tamara J. Moore

Electromagnetic Claw Game: Diggin' For Fools' Gold: An EngrTEAMS Curricular Unit
20 Jun 2022   Contributor(s):: Andrea Appel, Heather Butzlaff, Mandy Mach, Aran Glancy, Murat Akarsu, Jeanna Wieselmann, Kerrie Douglas, Tamara J. Moore
Electromagnetic Claw Game: Diggin' For Fools' Gold is an engineering designbased STEM curricular unit. The unit aims to facilitate the learning of major science and mathematical concepts and skills within the Next Generation Science Standards (NGSS) and Common Core State Standards...

Flood Rescue Mission: An EngrTEAMS Curricular Unit
20 Jun 2022   Contributor(s):: David Rafferty, Elizabeth Scheidel, Emily Dare, Felicia Leammukda, Kerrie Douglas, Tamara J. Moore
Flood Rescue Mission is an engineering designbased STEM curricular unit. The unit aims to facilitate the learning of major science and mathematical concepts and skills within the Next Generation Science Standards (NGSS) and Common Core State Standards (CCSS) respectively. The unit includes...

S R V Prasad Bhuvanagiri
I am a Mathematician working in the areas of Mathematical Biology and Mathematical Ecology. My research interests include Theoretical Biological Control, Mathematical Bioeconomics and...
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Jalil Reed
M Jalil Reed is a 4th year civil engineering and mathematics student at Florida A&M University and he is interested in data science research and transportation engineering.
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Leomar Duran
Leomar Durán is a junior student, double majoring in Math/Computer Science and Computer Engineering, at Temple University.
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Alexandria Johnson
My name is Alexandria. I'm a junior at Universtity of South Florida. My major is Applied mathematics and I'm interested in mathematical modeling for cancer. I've worked on modeling prostate cancer...
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Illustrative Mathematical Concepts
29 Jul 2020   Contributor(s):: Hae Ji Kwon, David R. Ely
Illustrates mathematical concepts and their applications

QuoVadis Renae' Savoy
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Nathan Killoran
Nathan holds a MSc in Mathematics from the University of Toronto and a PhD in Physics from the University of Waterloo. He specializes in quantum computing, deep learning, and quantum optics.
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What's the Smallest Thing You Know? A Size and Scale Activity
10 Feb 2020   Contributor(s):: Joyce Allen, NNCI Nano
This lesson is designed to have elementary level students develop an understanding of size and scale. It uses the book What’s Smaller Than A Pygmy Shrew? by Robert E. Wells to help students see that a pygmy shrew is among the tiniest of mammals and that a ladybug is even...

The Micro and Macro Worlds Around Us
23 Jan 2020   Contributor(s):: Marilyn Garza, NNCI Nano
This activity focuses on scale and the importance of using scale bars, for this is the most common feature when presenting nanoscale structures or nanoscale science. Understanding size and scale is fundamental to learning about nanotechnology as size defines the nanoscale . ...

Noodling Around: Powers of Ten
21 Jan 2020   Contributor(s):: Marilyn Garza, NNCI Nano
This activity develops a K–12 student’s skills in measurement by using a pool noodle to measure objects. The activity encourages students to consider features that are useful when developing or using a measurement tool. This lesson introduces scale by demonstrating scales as factors...

Scale Models: A Size and Scale Activity
21 Jan 2020   Contributor(s):: Marilyn Garza, NNCI Nano
This lesson introduces scale by demonstrating scales as factors of ten. This facilitates the introduction and reinforcement of the metric scale and paves the way to the discussion of lengths that are smaller than what can be seen with the naked eye. ...

Shrink Me: A Size and Scale Lesson
21 Jan 2020   Contributor(s):: Marilyn Garza, NNCI Nano
This activity focuses on measuring length, for this is the most common feature when presenting nanoscale structures or nanoscale science. Understanding size and scale is fundamental to learning about nanotechnology as size defines the nanoscale (1100nm in one dimension). Size is often divided...

Nanobacteria: How Fast do Bacteria Grow?
15 Jan 2020   Contributor(s):: Joe Donahue, NNCI Nano
Students will calculate surface area, draw graphs, and approximate the populations of bacteria and nanobes. Before starting this lab, the student should understand how to 1) calculate the surface area of a circle, 2) draw and label a graph, 3) define circumference and radius. This...

Adolfo Catral Sanabria
My education is in computer science, mathematics and linguistics principally, but I am a Cross Field Researcher; I use mathematics and my other knowledge to study many fields.
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Sometimes We Need Big Numbers
11 Jan 2017   Contributor(s):: Joyce Palmer Allen, NNCI Nano
The purpose of this lesson is to help students visualize how small a nanometer is by relating the size to the numbers millions, billions and trillions and then relating those numbers to how small particles of matter are. It begins to lay the foundation for future learning about atoms in the...

Nuzhat Shaikh
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