A new exhibit at the flint children's museum is celebrating "nanodays."
The nano exhibit is part of a nationwide festival of programs about nanoscale science and engineering.
The program brings educators and families together to explore the miniscule world of atoms and molecules.
Visitors can also catch demonstrations using nano tools, and learn about unexpected properties on the nano scale.
"Nano days is the study of smallest science it??s about atoms and molecules and how they work in the universe and how we can manipulate them to our benefit,?? said Kim Roddy from Flint children??s museum.
Visitors can also see how three-d images are made, make bracelets that change color in the sun, and enjoy story time with doctor Seuss' "Horton hears a who.??