The Dinosaur Hall

BAM inspired visitors in the Dinosaur Hall with its hands-on research.

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This year’s Berlin Science Week from 1 to 10 November once again brought together innovative scientific organisations, the science community and interested citizens and facilitated an exchange on a wide range of research topics.

The Berlin Science Week Campus at the Museum für Naturkunde attracted numerous guests with hands-on science experiments and installations. The museum's time slots were already fully booked a week before the event.

In addition to thermal imaging selfies, there were fluorescent and magnetic nanoparticles, bendable crystals and a 3D-printed spanner on display.

In addition to thermal imaging selfies, there were fluorescent and magnetic nanoparticles, bendable crystals and a 3D-printed spanner on display.

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There were also exciting discussions during our science-with-impact lectures and during the live talk on diversity-sensitive language.

You want to know more about our research? Take a look at our current BAM Report (PDF).

You can find all information about Berlin Science Week here: www.berlinscienceweek.com