Visit us at the Night of Science on June 16!
Experience exciting lectures and guided tours! See how ice cream is made from nitrogen, and take part in our DNA challenge or split starch using enzymes yourself! Dive into our augmented reality cell!
P R O G R A M
Attention: The events will take place in parallel!
Lectures (in the lecture hall of the Max Planck Institute for Biophysics)
“Zelluläre Tomographie – Dreidimensionale Einsichten in die molekulare Welt von Zellen” (in German)
Speaker: Martin Beck
“Wie wiegt man Moleküle und wofür braucht man das?” (in German)
Speaker: Julian Langer
“Journey into the Mitochondrion”
Speaker: Pamela Ornelas
Learn how our electron microscopes can make tiny biological molecules and building blocks of the human body visible during the exciting guided tour with Sonja Welsch!
Meeting point for the guided tours: At the main entrance of the Max Planck Institute for Biophysics.
*** The number of persons for the tours is limited to 12! ***
Please register via e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org. Participation is only possible after receiving a corresponding confirmation email.
Science Games (in the foyer of the Max Planck Institute for Biophysics)
Science is fun!
Check out our experiments and become a scientist yourself!
What does a cell look like from the inside?
How long is our DNA and who builds the longest DNA strand?
What are enzymes and how do they help the body to digest?
How does liquid nitrogen become delicious ice cream?