It moves! Does it multiply? How would you use a robot that is 1/100,000 of a millimeter?＜Miraikan＞
Very small biomolecules make up our bodies. We engage in research to skillfully use that property and manufacture something at a scale of 1/100,000 of a millimeter.
At the present open laboratory, everyone thinks about future research like that and a small robot that is just 1/100,000 of a millimeter. We have set up "dialogue" times, where you can talk thoroughly with researchers, and "talk session" times, where you can casually listen to the researchers' stories.
How about telling the robot researchers your candid opinions and impressions?
* This open laboratory reorganizes the content from an event held in October 2021, entitled "Do We Use Molecules To Make Robots?"
- Dates and Times of Event
Feb. 19th (Sat.) and 20th (Sun.), 2022:
11:00 A.M. to 5:00 P.M.
Talk sessions are held each day from 1:00 to 1:20 P.M. and 3:00 to 3:20 P.M.
Excluding talk session times, dialogues that use panels will always be held.
National Museum of Emerging Science and Innovation, 3d Floor, Experimental Workshop
- For Whom
Anyone can attend.
- Number of Attendees
Talk session: 20 people each time
Seating for 15 people. Standing room only for five people. (Numbered tickets for the day will be distributed at the Experimental Workshop on the 3d floor.)
- Attendance Fee
Admission fee only.
▶︎* Please check our official homepage for ways to attend and detailed information.