Molecules at the Movies
Type: Talk or Demonstration
The molecules that make up the world lead very interesting lives: they are formed, they travel, they interact, and they are destroyed. In their lives they each play a part in making something bigger: a complex, a cell, and whole organisms like us! In this planetarium show we use computer simulations to see the drama of the molecular world in stunning detail. We'll tell stories of evil enzymes, giant machines, and the guardian of the genome! Good for all ages.
- Alex Dickson , Assistant Professor , Biochemistry & Molecular Biology , MSU
- Arzu Uyar , Postdoctoral Researcher , Biochemistry & Molecular Biology , MSU
Ages: All Ages
- Physics, Astronomy, and Chemistry