Special Exhibition

The 27th Special Exhibition Crystal Studies in Nagoya University - Fascinating Facts from the Laboratories

Crystals fascinate us with their mysterious beauty. The well-known snowflakes, for example, show their characteristics as well as their marvelous shapes."Why are crystals so symmetrical?" - if having an inquisitive mind or curiosity, you will start to see the essence of crystals scientifically. Furthermore, if you expect the application development of crystals, you will see them as useful materials that will create our future society.Here, we show partially but a wide range of crystal studies that have been carried out at Nagoya University.

WEBSITE
https://www.num2021crystal.net/

Date
2021/04/27(Tue) - 2021/11/06(Sat)
Closed for Aug. 13-16
Time
10:00-15:00 (last admission: 14:30)
Venue
Nagoya University Museum 3F
Fee
Free
Contact
Nagoya University Museum Office
Furo-cho, Chikusa-ku, Nagoya, 464-8601, Japan
TEL: +81-52-789-5767 / FAX: +81-52-789-5896

Previous Archives

April 2019 - March 2020

April 2018 - March 2019

2018/05/29 - 2018/10/20
The 24th Special Exhibition CRAB COLLECTION '18 - Functional variation of crab chelae

April 2016 - March 2017

2017/03/14 - 2017/07/08
The 23rd Special Exhibition Mysterious spherical concretions - Ultimate fossil preservation system
2016/04/19 - 2016/08/27
The 22nd Special Exhibition Mongolian Natural History

April 2015 - March 2016

2015/05/26 - 2015/09/26
The 21st Special Exhibition Yataro Sekido and Cosmic-Ray Telescope

April 2014 - March 2015

2014/12/09 - 2015/04/11
The 20th Special Exhibition The Nobel Prize in Physics 2014: The Development and Research of Blue LED
2014/07/24 - 2014/11/29
The 19th Special Exhibition Kinutani Kota's Stone Sculptures

April 2013 - March 2014

2014/03/04 - 2014/07/12
The 18th Special Exhibition Stone tools, making humans and epochs - Nagoya University African Prehistoric Research and Nanzan University Palaeolithic collection

April 2012 - March 2013

2013/05/25 - 2013/07/20
The 17th Special Exhibition The World of Whales

April 2011 - March 2012

2012/03/17 - 2012/08/31
The 16th Special Exhibition Mongolia the great
2011/04/26 - 2011/08/31
The 15th Special Exhibition Deep-sea Animals: Their Ancient and Modern Lives

April 2010 - March 2011

2010/07/20 - 2010/10/23
14th NUM Special Exhibition Tropical Forest: the Cradle of Diversity
2010/03/23 - 2010/07/10
13th NUM Special Exhibition Shell Mounds: Messages from the Jomon Period

April 2009 - March 2010

2009/03/24 - 2009/07/25
12th NUM Special Exhibition Africa: 50 Years of Exploration by Nagoya University

April 2008 - March 2009

2008/11/25 - 2009/03/28
11th NUM Special Exhibition Commemorative Exhibition of the 2008 Nobel Laureates in Physics and Chemistry
2008/05/30 - 2008/07/26
10th NUM Special Exhibition Karakuri Ningyō(Mechanized Puppets): Continuing Tradition of Craftsmanship in Owari Province

April 2006 - March 2007

2006/03/22 - 2006/09/30
9th NUM Special Exhibition Sports at Nagoya University: Get fit! Play, Watch, Create

April 2005 - March 2006

2005/03/23 - 2005/07/31
8th NUM Special Exhibition Accounting for Time: Research into Geological and Historical Dating at Nagoya University

April 2004 - March 2005

2004/03/17 - 2004/07/30
7th NUM Special Exhibition Masterpieces of the Technicians Craft

April 2003 - March 2004

2003/03/25 - 2003/07/31
6th NUM Special Exhibition Lost Heritage - Bamian in Afghanistan -

April 2002 - March 2003

2002/11/01 - 2003/01/31
5th NUM Special Exhibition Afghanistan: Nagoya University Expedition in 1968
2002/04/08 - 2002/08/31
4th NUM Special Exhibition Motoji Shibusawa and his Role in the Birth of Nagoya Imperial University

April 2001 - March 2002

2001/11/23 - 2001/12/27
3rd NUM Special Exhibition (in commemoration of the 2001 Nobel Prize in Chemistry) Ryoji Noyori: a Road to the Nobel Prize
2001/06/09 - 2001/10/03
2nd NUM Special Exhibition Medical Mind of the Nagoya University: Educational Tools from the School of Medicine

April 2000 - March 2001

2000/12/08 - 2001/03/24
1st NUM Special Exhibition Nōbi Plain: Cultural and Natural Foundations of Nagoya