During his senior year at Boston College, Joseph Nano took graduate science courses that inspired him to write his first science book. Nano became the first Boston College student to earn a bachelor of science degree in both Biology and Neuroscience, and he decided to write a book that shares some of his best work from his graduate and undergraduate courses at Boston College. In Controversies in Biology and Neuroscience, Nano tackles some of the current controversies in biology and neuroscience and proposes some experiments and possible solutions. All chapters were reviewed and graded by his college science professors before publication. This book will be released Fall 2021.
Upcoming Book Releases
The second part of the book Flowers Are People, Too will be released in 2021
A new book written by Joseph Nano will be released in 2021
Promises Made, Promises Kept!
In his graduation speech at FHS, Joseph Nano, 18, promised “to get educated in the best schools in the United States so [he] can come back and make Maine’s community even better.” Watch now.
The Power of a Smile
When you smile, the whole world smiles with you. Top 5 reasons you should smile every day. Click here.
Flowers Are People Too Part III will be published in 2022. Be part of this project.“Talent wins games, but teamwork and intelligence win championships.” — Michael Jordan.
Nano publishes his first piece of music, known as The Black Panther
Nano said, “On a Tuesday night, when I was doing my organic chemistry homework, my roommate, who is majoring in music, started playing Beethoven’s Moonlight Sonata on his keyboard. I loved Beethoven’s piece and it inspired me to write a piece that has a similar dynamic and structure.” Read more.