Science on Screen: FREE Science Education Series
|Date :||April 15, 2017 -|
|Location :||State Theatre|
|Address :||1307 J Street
Modesto, CA 95354
|Description :||Forensic Science In Crisis: How Proteins Can Help
Brad Hart Phd, Deon Anex PhD, Katelyn Mason PhD-LLNL
The State and Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory (LLNL) are partnering to bring a series of four, cutting-edge science presentations to Modesto’s historic State Theatre. Students can spend, at no cost whatsoever, four afternoons learning from LLNL scientists plus each student will have an opportunity to earn extra classroom credits, receive LLNL swag, and can help win $500 to be used for equipment for their school’s science program. Come and learn in a fun, entertaining and dynamic environment in which parents and teachers are also welcome to attend at no charge.
Gattaca (PG13~1997) 1 Hr. 46 Min. (Digital) In English
In a futuristic society, a less-than-perfect man wants to travel to the stars. Society has categorized Vincent Freeman as less than suitable given his genetic make-up and he has become one of the underclass of humans that are only useful for menial jobs. To move ahead, he assumes the identity of Jerome Morrow, a perfect genetic specimen who is a paraplegic as a result of a car accident. With professional advice, Vincent learns to deceive DNA and urine sample testing. Just when he is finally scheduled for a space mission, his program director is killed and the police begin an investigation, jeopardizing his secret.
|Contact :||State Theatre|
|Phone :||BOX OFFICE (209) 527-4697|
|Web Site :||www.thestate.org|