Long Night of the Sciences
The Long Night of the Sciences comes to the Humboldt Lab – seven times with top research from Berlin!
On the occasion of the Long Night of the Sciences, Berlin’s seven clusters of excellence will present themselves at the Humboldt Laboratory on July 2. As part of the “Meet the Scientist” series, scientists will present their outstanding research projects – in dialogue with the public. What is the significance of the war in Ukraine for liberal social orders? How does a flower know when it is time to bloom? Are active materials the stuff of our future? How can geometry lead to a more beautiful cityscape? And what happens after a stroke? In short, interactive lectures, researchers will discuss what their clusters are working on – and what excellent, interdisciplinary research looks like in the 21st century.
The event is held in cooperation with the Clusters of Excellence of Freie Universität Berlin, Technische Universität Berlin, Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin, and Charité – Universitätsmedizin Berlin as part of the Long Night of the Sciences.
Access to the event is available to all holders of a Long Night of the Sciences ticket – bookable here.
More information on the programme can be found here.