A Trip into the Cell

GLCE ZONE 8 - 12

Join us as we journey inside the most basic unit of life–the cell! Using images taken with high-powered microscopes, we’ll look at cells in three dimensions and examine the different parts of their fundamental architecture. The processes scientists use in the study of cells including how cells are stored, grown, and handled for basic and medical research—and the questions our understanding of cell biology can help us answer—also will be discussed.

This program was developed exclusively for the Cranbrook Institute of Science by Stanley R. Terlecky, Ph.D., Associate Dean of Graduate Scholars, Director of Interdisciplinary Biomedical Sciences Curriculum and Associate Professor of Pharmacology at Wayne State University School of Medicine and co-founder of EXT Life Sciences, Inc., a Michigan-based biotechnology company. 

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