It’s been a busy week at Nano Towers getting ready for the annual BETT show, and this year we are back bigger than ever. BETT is the perfect opportunity for us to meet inspiring teachers and technology leaders, as well as a chance for us to share our amazing Nano Simbox platform with thousands of people from across the globe.
If you’re coming along this year, either for the first time or again, here are 3 exciting reasons why you should come visit the Nano Simbox team this year!
1. Free Downloads of Molecules and Me – limited number available!
We have a limited number of free download codes for our newly released app, Molecules and Me. Molecules and Me provides a taster into the world of Nano Simbox. It unveils atoms and molecules that interact with us every day, and gives users a unique insight into the nano scale. To get your free download code then come visit our stall as early as possible. Once they’re gone, they’re gone!
2. BETT Talks
We are doing three talks at BETT this year! The team is going to be sharing with everyone how Interactive Scientific, the company behind Nano Simbox, is continuing to drive forward scientific learning and curiosity and empower everyone to discover science. You can see the talks here:
Wednesday, 25th January 2017
Sophie’s VR with CEO Dr. Becky Sage and NSB champion Sophie Stewart
14.15 – 14.35 @ BETT Futures Stage
BETT Futures Shark Tank Session
17.00 – 17.50 @ BETT Arena with CEO Dr. Becky Sage
Thursday, 26th January 2017
Molecules and Me: What is DNA?
14.15 – 14.45 @ STEAM Village with CEO Dr. Becky Sage and Education Content Producer/Quiz Master Becky Davies
3. Experience our immersive platform
Last, but not least – we will have Nano Simbox with us all week for everyone to experience. If you want to step into the immersive world of atoms and molecules, grab a molecule and watch it respond to your own interactivity, then come try out Nano Simbox at our stall!
We will be at stand BFS20 in the BETT Futures area all week, so come say hello! We will be on Twitter sharing our experience as well @nanosimbox