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Slime Studies

We explain complex chemical concepts using the slime toy as an example. In the practical part, we’ll conduct experiments with colloidal solutions and make o own slime.

We will tell you what ne-Newtonian liquids are, talk about colloidal solutions - we will find out how they differ from classical ones, and why they can instantly change their consistency. Let's conduct experiments with light, see what the Tyndall effect is, find out what slimes are from the point of view of chemistry, and with the help of what chemical reactions they can be made. In addition, let's talk about who, when and why invented the first slime.

Age: 7+
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 discount): 500 rubles

Please note that all programs run in Russian only.

Information (weekdays from 9:00 to 18:00): +7 (495) 531-05-34

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 the session, refund is not possible.


Experts:
Anastasia Sosina
Biotechnologist

Graduated from the Faculty of Agronomy and Biotechnology of Moscow Timiryazev Agricultural Academy. Research area: "Genetics and Breeding of Field Crops". Anastasia continues her studies at the postgraduate course of Moscow Timiryazev Agricultural Academy. Research area: “Bionanotechnology”. Studies in vitro plants. Research interests: biology, biotechnology, physiology, breeding and genetics. Convinced that it is possible to explain everything about the world in an understandable way.

Artyom Kronshtadskyi
Genetic scientist, plant breeder, biotechnologist

Graduated from the Faculty of Horticulture and Landscape Architecture of Moscow Timiryazev Agricultural Academy. Research area: "Genetics, breeding and biotechnology." Artyom holds a master's degree in the Horticulture and Landscape Engineering. Research interests: breeding, ecology, microbiology.

Elena Radkevich

Graduated with full honors from the Faculty of Horticulture and Landscape Architecture of the Russian State Agrarian University — Moscow Timiryazev Agricultural Academy. Research areas: “Fruit growing, viticulture and winemaking” and "Selection, genetics and biotechnology of horticultural crops”. Continues her postgraduate studies in the direction of “Breeding and Seed Production of Agricultural Plants”. Engaged in project activities in the field of aquaponics. Took part in the “Priorities of Russia” competition, in the international BRICS competition for young scientists. Holds honorary mentions from the Ministry of Science and Education of the Russian Federation for the contribution and development of science in Russia.

Research interests: biology, biotechnology, molecular biology, breeding and genetics, agronomy.

Elena knows how to inspire with science. She is convinced that knowledge can be presented in an easy and accessible way.

12 April 2021 Monday at 15:00
12 April 2021 Monday at 16:15
12 April 2021 Monday at 17:30
14 April 2021 Wednesday at 14:00
14 April 2021 Wednesday at 15:15
18 April 2021 Sunday at 11:15
18 April 2021 Sunday at 12:30
18 April 2021 Sunday at 13:45
20 April 2021 Tuesday at 14:00
20 April 2021 Tuesday at 15:15
21 April 2021 Wednesday at 14:00
21 April 2021 Wednesday at 15:15
21 April 2021 Wednesday at 16:30
21 April 2021 Wednesday at 17:45
For organized groups
Group of 7 to 10 people – 450 rubles per person

Group of 7 to 10 people with a one-time purchase of 80 tickets and more – 400 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) — 475 rubles
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