GREENVILLE, N.C. (WNCT) – A science center in Greenville hosted an engaging exhibit for families to discover the world they can’t see.
It’s part of Go-Science’s first traveling exhibit.
Children got to see the “nano-scale world” which looks at structures and material the size of a nanometer.
One printer page is made up of 75,000 nanometers.
Education Director Kristi Walters says nano-science will be important for future cancer treatments.
The event can help children who want to follow a STEM career.
“Luckily, young children are naturally curious, so we have allowed them to come in and explore and use that curiosity to have them learn about science and technology without even realizing they are learning because they are having such a fun time,” explained Kristi Walters, Director of Education.”
Go-Science operates its center on Cotanche Street in Greenville.