The K-Science Lab is headed by Newton Geiszler and Hermann Gottlieb. Both are part of a "think tank" that is responsible for compiling information vital to categorizing the Kaiju on the Serizaawa Scale, based on their toxicity and ambient radioactivity. Geiszler works to catalog the behavior and nature of the Kaiju to discover a natural means of solving the Kaiju crisis. Hermann is dedicated to calculating the possible toxicity of a Kaiju once it appears and how frequently they may attack.
Created by Newton Geiszler, the Milking Machine is used to extract the deadly chemicals within the Kaiju's glands to better classify the Kaiju they analyze.
Preservation Receptacles are ammonia-based glass cylinders, ranging from twelve to four feet in diameter. The receptacles are used to chemically preserve Kaiju tissue and organ samples from the natural decomposition triggered by their death.
The K-Scanner uses magnetic resonance imaging to map the architecture and density of Kaiju organs, bone and cartilage.
The Autopsy Chamber manipulates the tissues of Kaiju samples with robotic arms designed to auto-log toxicity levels and biological anomalies.
Behind the Scenes