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Experiential Learning in Daedeok Innopolis

Experiential Learning in Daedeok Innopolis
Daedeok Innopolis provides children with science programs to improve their understanding of science. These advanced science programs aim to spark children’s curiosity and find young talent who will contribute to the development of science technology and lead the field in the future.

Daedeok Innopolis operates the only science-experience package composed of various programs operated by 14 different research institutes. The package is only provided for groups with 20 or more people and a two-week advance reservation is mandatory.

Reservation and Visitor Information
DIME’s Tour and Festival Team
Phone. 042)869-5133 / Fax. 024)869-5149
Research Institutes and Experiential Programs
1. Korea Research Institute of Bioscience and Biotechnology (KRIBB)
– Let’s take a trip through the mystery of life!
- Mystery of life / What is DNA?
- What exactly does this mean?
- Basic study of the root of life and birth

2. Korea Aerospace Research Institute (KARI) – Launch a rocket for the journey to a beautiful planet
- A scale model developed by KARI
- An actual model of Korea’s liquid propellant rocket
- A tour of satellite development and test-construction
- A tour of satellite control and communications room

3. Korea Institute of Geoscience And Mineral Resources (KIGAM)
- Interesting geological tour of Earth
- Fossils illustrating history of Evolution
- Let’s listen to the stories of minerals and learn their structures
- Exhibition of dinosaurs

4. Korea Atomic Energy Research Institute (KAERI)
- How is nuclear power used in our daily lives?
- Correct understanding on radiation and its use
- Hanaro, the research reactor
- Structure of atom and principles of nuclear fission

5. Korea Institute of Energy Research (KIER) - Meet new forms of environmentally-friendly and renewable energy
- Experience Korea’s first hydrogen station and hydrogen fuel cell EV
- Use of natural energy; such as solar cells and wind turbines

6. Korea Research Institute of Standards and Science (KRISS)
- Where is the most accurate clock in Korea located?
- Cesium atom clock accurate to within 1 second per 300,000 years
- Photoshoot in front of Newton’s Apple Tree
- To improve understanding on measurement and standards

7. Korea Basic Science Institute (KBSI)
- To explore the Nano-world and observe cells through a laser fluorescence microscope
- To observe spiders, ants, hair and eyes of drosophilae through an electron microscope

8. Korea Research Institute of Chemical Technology (KRICT)
- Meet the chemical technology expediting the path to life extension
- Development of new medicines that cure diseases
- Research and development of advanced new materials
- Development of environmentally-friendly energy

9. Electronics and Telecommunications Research Institute (ETRI)
- To experience exciting digital lifestyle with advanced technology of the future
- To experience an intelligent service robot
- To make digital content
- To experience a ubiquitous environment

10. Daejeon Observatory – An astronomic trip looking for hidden stars
- To observe virtual celestial bodies and learn their movements
- To observe sunspots, moon surface, planets, nebulae, star clusters, galaxies, etc. through an extra-low dispersion refractor

11. Korea Institute of Science and Technology Information (KISTI) – I know Superman, but what is Supercomputer?
- Best practices of using Supercomputers
- Korea’s first journey to investigate a supercomputer

12. Korea Institute of Science and Technology (KIST) – Prestigious hub of science in the future
- HUBO, Korea’s first walking robot
- Dream of being a scientist in the future

13. National Science Museum
- Hall of Science, Technology and Culture
- Virtual Reality Simulator and other exhibition halls

14. EXPO Science Park
- Virtual Reality Experience Center
- Simulation Center
- Dome Theater