Subject: Physics - Physics and Society | Physics - Physics Education
After a primer on nanotechnology and a review of current educational practices in secondary schools, the concept of just-in-time education is proposed to integrate technosciences and humanities so that both future technoscientists and non-technoscientists develop a comm... View more
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