Skip header
MARCH - UNWRAPPED Seminar with Dr. Joe Deweese
Wonders Center & Science Museum
MARCH - UNWRAPPED Seminar with Dr. Joe Deweese

MARCH - UNWRAPPED Seminar with Dr. Joe Deweese

Micro Machines & Molecular Scissors
03/14/2024
Thu 7:00 PM
Wonders Center & Science Museum
855 Hwy 46 S., Dickson
from $0.00
The sale has ended

The unseen world of the cell contains thousands of proteins and enzymes interacting in highly orchestrated and complex ways to carry out the tasks needed to sustain life at the molecular level. Join us as we examine the staggering complexity of these molecular machines that carry out fundamental tasks such as untangling DNA, making proteins, and producing energy.

Come enjoy this FREE evening seminar in the Wonders Theater & Performance Hall, with Dr. Joe Deweese, professor of Biochemistry at Freed-Hardeman University, as he discusses "Micro Machines and Molecular Scissors: Design in the Unseen World of the Cell."

Doors open at 6:00pm, presentation begins promptly at 7:00pm.

*Please note: You will need to be seated in the theater by 6:45pm as we will be LIVE broadcasting this event to our Genesis Science Network.

  • Arrive early and grab your tickets to one of the world's top planetariums for only $10. Planetarium show starts at 6:00pm Doors open at 5:30pm if you are purchasing planetarium tickets.

Java Man Cafe will be open for purchase of coffee, popcorn, sweet treats, and more.

Tickets start at
$0.00
MARCH - UNWRAPPED Seminar with Dr. Joe Deweese
Wonders Center & Science Museum
The sale has ended
03/14/2024
Thu 7:00 PM
Wonders Center & Science Museum
855 Hwy 46 S., Dickson
from $0.00

Wonders Center & Science Museum

Just 35 minutes from Downtown Nashville, founded by David Rives Ministries, the Wonders Center & Science Museum is the largest science museum in the world that upholds biblical values. Driven by Christian principles, each exhibit is designed to inspire visitors as it highlights wonders in the fields of science and history.

Other events of Wonders Center & Science Museum