AtomTouch was created while working together with molecular dynamics simulation expert Dane Morgan and UW MRSEC education director Ann Lynn Gillian-Daniel. With the support of a MRSEC seed grant, MLI developed interactive 3-D simulation for mobile devices. The simulation was developed to help students understand the structures and attributes of particles at the molecular level, providing real-time feedback and responding to student’s actions.
This is an accordion element with a series of buttons that open and close related content panels.
Applications for the 2020 Research Experience for Teachers program are now open.
Our third educational game, Lost at the Forever Mine, is now on BrainPop!
Check out MRSEC activities mentioned in the Wisconsin State Journal!
IEG undergraduate Doug Powell helped Angela Johnson and Ahna Skop develop a science art installation in the Genetics/Biotech Center (Full Article)
Helping Teachers Design Educational Video Games (Full Article)
Major NSF-sponsored materials research collaboration receives $15.6M grant (Full Article)
MRSEC Members Teach the Public About Materials Science During the Wisconsin Science Festival (Article)
UW MRSEC Researchers, Teachers, and Game Developers Materials Science Digital Games (Article)
Wisconsin MRSEC Impacts 255,000 People! (2016) (Article)
MRSEC Education Group mentioned in Cap Times (Full Article)
New Paper Published (Full Article)
PEOPLE Program (Full Article)
New RET Activity Published (Full Article)
RSEC travels to Puerto Rico for Nano Days 2014 (Full Article)
Science of Badger Athletics (Full Article)
RET Participant Melissa Hemling publishes activity in J. Chem. Ed. (Full Article)
Bogota (Full Article)
MRSEC Education mentioned on Listverse.com (Full Article)