The Lawrence Hall of Science (LHS) is a public science center established in 1968 above the UC Berkeley Campus. Over half a million individuals, students, and teachers participate annually in science and mathematics exhibits and activities at LHS. Nationwide, educational materials developed by LHS are in use by more than 20% of all school students.

Each year, a new BNNI center researcher is featured in the nanoZone exhibit kiosks and companion website at the Lawrence Hall of Science. An animated storybook has been drafted for 2005's COINS representative, Paul Alivisatos, showcasing his childhood memories, recent scientific accomplishments, a cooperative on-line game, and a multimedia Q&A interface. The demonstration allows museum visitors to interact with scale models of quantum dots in a hands-on activity, and view real examples of the technology obtained from Bay Area nanotechnology industry leaders.