Scientists working at OIST are on hand to explain visitors whats and whys.
- A powerful microscope opens up a completely new world to curious kids.
Campus Science Day. (1) Let’s Look Into the Brain, (2) Wonders of Ants, (3) Hand-made Microscope and Telescope, (4) Giant Soap Film, (5) Robot Demonstrations, (6) G0 Unit Research Lab, (7) Fluorescence Imaging of Small Organisms, (8) Microscope Demonstration, (9) Zebra Fish Tank, (10) High Performance Computing Room, (11) Listen and Repeat: The Mechanism of Memorization, (12) Liquid Nitrogen Experiment, (13) Computational Neuroscience Unit Research Presentation, (14) Brain Mechanisms for Behavior Unit Research Presentation, (15) Let’s Have Fun with Physics, (16) In Order to Conduct Research and Experiments Safely, and (17) What Does Scientist Do?
There will also be a Science Project for Ryukyu Girls, Lab tours where guests can visit areas not normally open to the public, to see the tools OIST researchers use, such as large electron microscopes, the supercomputer room, the zebra fish facility, and the robot room. There will also be special areas marked off for explanations of what a scientist does.