A poster that says 'how does nano help out with sustainability?'

One of the ways that CNS-ASU has incorporated social and ethical concerns into education for practicing scientists and engineers has been through health and safety training in user facilities at the DOE Center for Integrated Nanotechnologies (CINT) and the National Nanotechnology Infrastructure Network (NNIN).

CNS-ASU faculty have developed a thirty-minute module that is presented in conjunction with the training that all users of the ASU NNIN facility must successfully pass. The module introduces researchers to the practical implications and applications of nanotechnology in society research and findings, while also making them aware of the support that CNS-ASU can offer to young scholars, in terms of research opportunities and coursework.