A FISH-AI demonstration station was set at the European researchers’ night event that was held in IOLR last September.
High school children were trained ahead of time to explain to the 1,600 participants the idea of the FISH-AI project as well as to demonstrate the in vitro experimental approach of intestinal fish feed digestion and the intestinal digestion in general.
Young children and their parents who visited the FISH-AI station experimented in in vitro enzymatic digestion of a boiled egg using pepsin in acidic conditions and in pH determination using a pigment molecule called flavin (an anthocyanin) extracted from Red cabbage.
Visitors could experience a FISH-AI intestinal scaffold that was programmed by BIOFABICS and 3D printed at the Agricultural Research Organization in Israel.
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