From Building with Biology to Building Patterns

Sep042015

From Building with Biology to Building Patterns

 

sc sign175The Sciencenter is kicking off fall with a full lineup of exciting, family-friendly events including a special 2-hour Showtime! with local biologists, the opening of a new featured exhibition, and the unveiling of the museum's fully-finished science-themed mini-golf course.

On September 12, the Sciencenter will join eight other museums around the country in a special hands-on presentation, 'Building with Biology.' At this 2-hour Showtime! program, guests will meet local biologists and researchers from Dr. Julius Lucks' Lab at Cornell University and students from the Cornell iGem (International Genetically Engineered Machines Competition) team, to take part in activities and conversation around the science of synthetic biology. From 1 – 3 pm, guests at the museum can take part in activities that explore real-world research, from new food product development to designer cells that solve current environmental problems, and provide their feedback directly to the scientists involved.

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