GREENVILLE N.C. (WNCT) – Although it doesn’t officially open until the Fall, Go Science in Greenville began holding open houses at its Dickenson Ave. building Friday.
While there, kids learned all about nano particles, and the roles they play in our everyday life through products like sunscreen and tooth paste.
The state-of-the-art science center has been in the works for years, and cost about $200,000.
Roger Connor, Director of Go Science, said it took years to become a reality because they wanted to make sure they did it right.
“We really focus on quality, and on planning, and on doing things the right way, and it takes time to do things the right way,” Connor said.
He said he’s excited to see what the center can do, and knows more of an emphasis is being placed on the importance of science in the East.
For more information on the center, and to see how you can participate in upcoming open houses, click here.