The Genome Geek is In

Meet some of the Geeks from the NIH 3D Print Exchange! Dr. Darrell Hurt and I will be presenting at the Q?rius program at the Smithsonian National Museum of Natural History, this Saturday, November 1st. Q?rius (pronuonced "curious") is a program for kids, families, and educators to connect science with everyday experiences.

We will be demonstrating the immense value of 3D printing in scientific and medical discovery and learning. We will have some fun hands-on exercises, and you will even see a 3D printer in action!

The event is FREE and open to the public - just drop in anytime between 1:00 and 3:00 p.m.

Check the Q?rius events calendar to find more exciting activities at the Smithsonian.


it was nice to get to know the mastermind behind the success of 3dprints. A friend of mine had attended the event as he is working in medical field and behind the tech team. He found it very interesting and brought in few photos and videos of the event. Looked really great. Do keep hosting such events as the importance od 3d printing in the different fields ought to reach the public. garage doors in my area Garden Grove