MHI Thermal Systems Conducts Science Class on Temperature Alteration at Nishibiwajima Elementary School in Kiyosu, Aichi
On October 20, employees of the MHI Group company Mitsubishi Heavy Industries Thermal Systems, Ltd. (MHI Thermal Systems) conducted a science class on various ways of changing temperature, both hot and cold, at Nishibiwajima Elementary School in Kiyosu City, Aichi Prefecture. The class was targeted at 70 six-graders.
The students listened attentively to the instructors' explanations and watched or took part in the experiments with great interest. Our hope is that classes such as this will spur young people's interest in science.
Going forward, the MHI Group will continue to communicate closely with its local communities, undertaking an array of activities to support the development of the next generation.
Experiments were explained using a thermoviewer (screen, upper right)
Observing temperature change caused by dissolving silica gel in water
The class was filmed for broadcast on cable TV.
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