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Why Do Jellyfish Glow?

The glow of living organisms is one of the most spectacular phenomena of nature. Come and find out how and why living organisms glow, how the jellyfish glow differs from the glow of insects, and whether it is possible to become invisible when a creature starts to glow, as well as what messages do fish transmit to each other with fluorescence.
About the program:

– you will find out which animals glow;
– figure out what is the evolutionary meaning of the glow;
– conduct bright chemical experiments with luminescence;
– look at living luminescent organisms;
– learn how biotechnologists “borrowed” the light from jellyfish and got the Nobel Prize for it.

Age: 12+

Children younger than the specified age are allowed on the program only when accompanied by an adult with a paid ticket.

Duration: 45 minutes.

Ticket price (without discounts): 700 rubles

When returning ticket online less than two hours before the visit time specified in it, 50% of its full cost is to be refunded. After the beginning of class, refund is not possible.
Experts:
Nikita Vinogradov
Geneticist

Nikita graduated from Moscow Timiryazev Agricultural Academy. For a long time he has been studying molecular biology at Moscow research institute, over 5 years conducting science shows and educational programs in Russian and abroad. In 2014, he represented Russia as part of a team at the Science Festival in Warsaw. Nikita is a young scientist with lots of energy and vast encyclopedic knowledge, who loves to tell others about science.

Anastasia Kapusta
molecular biologist

Graduated with honors from the biological faculty of Lomonosov Moscow State University, winner of the “Lomonosov” Universiade. For more than three years, she has been engaged in practical research in the field of molecular biology, participated in scientific conferences. Anastasia is passionate about science and knows how to tell about it children in an exciting way.

Elvira Dorofeeva
Genetic scientist, food technologist.

Graduated with honours from the Faculty of Technology of the Russian State Agrarian University — Moscow Timiryazev Agricultural Academy. Research areas: “Processes and Machinery of Processing Industry of Agricultural Products” and “Agronomy”. Elvira worked in the area of food products examination. Experience with children since 2016: conducting biology and genetics classes, as well as project implementation.

Pavel Chipkin
Chemist

Graduated from the Faculty of Science of the RUDN University, research area "Fundamental and Applied Chemistry". Area of scientific interests: nanochemistry, chemistry of composite materials, graphene chemistry. Pavel is convinced that chemistry is one of the most beautiful and comprehensive sciences.

17 October 2019 Thursday at 16:00
For organized groups
Group of 15 to 20 people – 630 rubles per person.

Group of 15 to 20 people with a one-time purchase of 80 tickets and more – 560 rubles per person.

To sign up for the program, please email us at edu@zaryadye-park.ru and leave your phone number for contact.
For privileged categories
Ticket purchase with Troika card wallet (5% discount on the basic ticket, available at the ticket office) — 665 rubles
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