Explore the Invisible World of Blood!
Type: Talk or Demonstration
Ever wonder why your blood is red? Are white blood cells actually white? Are they all the same, how many are there, and what do they do? Have you ever marveled at your body's ability to stop your paper cut from bleeding? How does it do that? What other elements are carried through your circulation? Join us as we break down the many microscopic particles in your blood and learn how they function to keep you alive and healthy. Also, learn about the behind-the-scenes professionals in the laboratory who make the invisible visible for you and your doctor.
- Angela Wholehan , Teaching Specialist , Biomedical Laboratory Diagnostics , MSU
- Michelle Markstrom , Assistant Instructor , Biomedical Laboratory Diagnostics , MSU
Ages: All Ages
- Health and Human Services
Time and Location
Date/Time: 4/4/2020 11:00 AM - 12:00 PM
Location: Chemistry Building Room 136
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