Nanotechnology gurus Jameson Wetmore and Ira Bennett educate Geoff Notkin of The STEM Journals on some of the basics of Nanotechnology. What is the scale involved and why is there … Continue reading
All good things must come to an end. Here is the final video from CSPO faculty members Jamey Wetmore and Ira Bennett.
During the “Decisions in Innovation Systems” training discussion, participants follow the general process for taking a new nanotechnology product from initial idea to consumer product.
During the “Light Switch” training activity, staff collaboratively draw out the systems and people that are required in order for a light to turn on and off at the flick of a switch. This facilitated discussion helps participants reflect on the ways that technologies are embedded in bigger systems.
The “Speed Bump” training video discusses how the Three Big Ideas interact with a simple technology like the speed bump. 1. Values shape technologies 2. Technologies affect social relationships 3. Technologies work because they’re part of systems.
In “Cell Phone Rules,” the third of seven part video series on nano and society, Dr. Jameson Wetmore and Dr. Ira Bennett discuss how technologies such as a smart phone influence our lives negatively and positively and how we can balance this.
The “Tomato Picker,” the second in a series of videos from CSPO’s Jamey Wetmore and Ira Bennett, is an example of how our values shape what technologies are developed and adopted by society using the example of the mechanized tomato picker from the 1960s.
CSPO faculty members Jameson Wetmore and Ira Bennett were part of a group that worked this past summer produce videos for science museum staff members across the country on how to engage the public on issues relating to nanotechnology. This is the first video of seven.