"If you’re looking for a way to get your kids thinking about nanoscience, NanoSpace is a great place to start!"
"NanoSpace sports a cutting-edge design with fluid animations and tight controls that mimic the experience of playing a console game. Web-based games can be a crapshoot in terms of functionality, but this site really delivers."
"Discovering the world of atoms and molecules can be a fun, interactive experience with the free website Nanospace, a site made by the Molecularium team. With games and videos students can be introduced to molecular nature in a, dare I say, exciting way."
"Teachers are already witnessing firsthand how NanoSpace engages students and improves their ability to comprehend the information."
"Use this site to increase scientific literacy in all students, not just those showing an interest in science. Designed in a game like format, students with a variety of interests and backgrounds will find this site interesting, entertaining, and informative."
"NanoSpace presents highly technical information using fun, simple and free games, activities and animations…"
"After watching the movie, parents, children, and teachers all rave about the storyline, the characters, the songs, and the animation-they just love it."
"Hollywood movie-makers had to talk some scientists into pushing the limits of their own expertise."
"When watching either movie, it's easy for viewers to overlook the fact that they're witnessing some of the largest and most complex scientific computations ever conducted."
"The film transports audiences to places no one can ever go, to help them understand this profound idea through direct experience."
"Scientists get creative"
"A team of scientists takes IMAX viewers into the nanosphere with atomic particles in search of life's secrets."
"the computer animation is on par with major motion pictures like "Finding
Nemo," and the science is painstakingly accurate..."
"Remember watching and learning from ‘School House Rock’ as a kid? Imagine that sort of creativity, fun and music focused on the science of atoms and molecules"
"The high-octane show is a new answer to a question dogging many educators: How do you get young kids interested in science?"
"The potential of programs such as the Molecularium is enormous. "
"...instead of taking people from earth to space, the show takes viewers on an audio-visual journey through the molecular-scale world."
"It’s a combination movie and flight simulator, cartoon and amusement-park ride."
"Move over, George Lucas."
"Riding Snowflakes"... helps schoolchildren explore the universe as it exists at the atomic scale."