Featured Speaker: Carl J. Bassi, Ph.D., Professor, Director of Research, College of Optometry, University of Missouri – St. Louis
Carl Bassi, Professor and Director of Research at the UMSL College of Optometry talks about ongoing projects from his lab including work with macular pigment (a protective blue filter in the eye), the foldscope (an origami folded microscope), and “Triple Track Technology” found on the new Callaway golf balls. The “eyes” have it in this fascinating talk on innovation in vision research you won’t want to miss!
FREE and OPEN to ALL. Register HERE (middle and high school students welcome!)
What Do Kale, Origami, and Phil Mickelson Have in Common? is a Science in St. Louis Series partnership of the The Academy of Science – St. Louis and St. Louis County Libraries.