Nippon Institute of Technology, Department of Manufacturing Environment and Department of Creative Systems Engineering will hold a small-group "Science School" on Saturday, December 12, where you can experience experiments on chemistry, environment, and biotechnology for junior and senior high school students.The science school has a total of eight themes, and junior and senior high school students can experience experiments with students from Nippon Institute of Technology.
In "Let's make shiny slime! -Mechanism that the material emits light", you can try to make original slime while learning the principle that the substance shines, using the slime that everyone is familiar with. In "Mini Superconducting Maglev-Let's experience the magnetic levitation of superconductors in front of you!-", We will explain how the linear Shinkansen running with superconductivity scheduled to open in 2027 is made using the mini superconducting maglev. , And you can also experience experiments using superconductors.Also, in "Materials are interesting-Let's make composite materials with natural fibers-", we will introduce materials around us and advanced materials such as carbon nanotubes, and strengthen plastics with natural fibers to make composite materials. You can also try making small items.
In addition, "Welcome to the world of eco-friendly energy conversion! -Let's learn by making a rubber band engine-", "Drug delivery system-Deliver medicine into cells-", "Let's break down light-" A school will be held with the theme of familiar things such as "Manufacturing and experimenting with simple spectroscopes".
Those who wish to participate can take up to 2 courses, and applications can be accepted on the website or by phone.There is no membership fee.
Source:[Nippon Institute of Technology] Recruitment of participants for the 12th "Chemistry / Environment / Bioscience School" for junior and senior high school students on Saturday, December 12