Oss On Campus Nicole Steinmetz "From Molecular Farming To Molecular Medicines"

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Institute for the Science of Origins says
Our original series!
fmi: Origins.case.edu

The realm of science fiction.... until now! A world of tiny machines is evolving through innovations in nanoscience. Dr Steinmetz uses plant viruses to build molecule farms that produce not just things that are cool in the abstract, but teeny transporters for precise delivery crucial medical materials such as drugs and dyes for MRI and heart procedures and even to fight cancer.

Evening Schedule:
5:30 – Coffee and cookies
6-7 – Lecture
7-8 Catered dinner

To register for OSS events, go to http://www.siegallifelonglearning.org/origins-science-scholars.html

For more information on OSS, call Lori at 216-368-4257

The Origins Science Scholars program began on campus in 2009 and has become a favorite venue for Cleveland area folks interested in or curious about cutting edge science with topics changing every semester and ranging from the beginning of the universe, to the origin of the earth and solar system, to the origin and evolution of life on earth, the human mind and consciousness, and evolution and human health.
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By: Institute for the Science of Origins

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