- an animated display explaining the principles of SIMS (Secondary Ion Mass Spectroscopy),
- an animated exhibit about the principles of the AFM (Atomic Force Microscope),
- an exhibit illustrating methane flowing through a carbon nanotube (relating to research done at NPL),
- a display explaining what a nanometer is, visually,
- an exhibit about MOSFETs (the kind of transistors found in most modern chips), with animations, audio narration and a musical soundtrack,
- an exhibit about the C-60 molecule (buckminsterfullerene, the “buckyball”), and
- an exhibit about carbon nanotubes with animations, audio narration and a musical soundtrack.
I also helped manage the NanoLands during their first six months of being open to the public (from September 2007 to March 2008), which included blogging at the NanoLands website and promoting The NanoShow, a series of public seminars on nanotechnology.
During that time, I also set up the mansion where The Naked Scientists (a weekly BBC Radio science show) broadcasted live into SL for many years.