Science Lecture: Discovering the Strange Mystery of Neutron Stars＜Venue: Miraikan＞
There are many mysterious creatures living on the seabed that cannot be seen from above ground. What do these creatures eat?
Because food gradually works its way from the top of the sea to the bottom, the creatures who inhabit the seafloor survive by eating the leftovers of other sea-creatures.
One example of this is driftwood. Many creatures live off the flesh of other animals, and the soft part of plants, yet lignin, which makes up 20–30% of trees, is difficult to digest. Previously, the kind of marine creatures that were consuming this lignin, was not well understood.
Date: Sunday January 28th 2018
Venue: Miraikan, 5F, Small Studio
For: All welcome (content is aimed at junior high school level and above)
Capacity: Approx 40 (In the event that capacity is reached, standing room is available)
Fee: Cost of admission only
For more details please visit the organizer’s website.