What is nanotechnology and how will the science of the incredibly small affect what we eat in the future?
Join us for a hands-on program about intersection of nanotechnology and food with Dr. Farnaz Maleky from the Ohio State University Department of Food Science and Technology. Dr. Maleky will discuss her exciting research in the area of food engineering and how it will improve health in the future, followed by some tasty hands-on demonstrations, including a chocolate tasting!
See a video preview of this program with COSI's Joe Wood and Dr. Maleky!
Program supported from the NISENetwork, using funding from the National Science Foundation.
$5 for COSI Members; $8 for nonmembers. Space is limited. Price does not include the cost of parking in lots adjacent to COSI ($4 for COSI Members; $5 for nonmembers).
Advance ticket purchase is required. Walk-up tickets will not be available.
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COSI, Columbus, Ohio's dynamic Center of Science and Industry, inspires the scientists, dreamers, and innovators of tomorrow. Opened in 1964 at Memorial Hall in downtown Columbus, COSI moved in 1999 to a new 320,000-square-foot home designed by internationally-renowned architect Arata Isozaki, creating one of the largest modern-built science centers in the United States. COSI continues to represent a significant investment in the economic development and community revitalization of downtown Columbus.