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Popular Science Center to Appear in Zaryadye Landscape Park of Moscow
March 31, 2017 15:41


Classes in medicine and pharmaceutics
will be held here. Visitors will be taught to draw with luminous bacteria and grow plants in vitro.

A popular science center named Reserve Embassy will be opened this autumn in the future Zaryadye Park in Moscow, according to the website of the Moscow city administration.
"In Russia there are no analogues of the educational center Reserve Embassy. Attendants will find out here what sciences will be in demand in the future and why plants have a genetic passport. They will see luminous bacteria, which contain fluorescent proteins, and also learn how to draw with them", - the message reads.
One of the educational programs will introduce the students to the in vitro technology, which is used to preserve endangered and rare plant species. Participants will grow potato, calanchoe and other plants in vitro.
The classrooms of the popular science center will be provided with specialized laboratory equipment: climate control units for growing plants in artificial conditions, thermostats, microbiology incubators, centrifuges, and genetic analysis devices.
The landscape park Zaryadye is planned to be opened in 2017 for the 870th anniversary of Moscow. Landscapes typical for Russia - forests, steppe, flood meadows and northern landscapes - will be created there. The park will connect lots of Moscow's hiking and tourist routes  - from Varvarka and Bolshoy Moskvoretsky Bridge to Vorobyovy Gory. The entrance to Zaryadye Park will be free and round-the-clock.
 


Sources: http://tass.ru 


Author: Vera Ivanova

Tags: Zaryadye Moscow Parks    

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