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Long Night of Sciences: The University of Erfurt is part of it!

The "Long Night of Sciences" is back. After a break due to Corona pandemic, the city of Erfurt, together with the University of Erfurt, the Helios Clinic, the University of Applied Sciences and other partners, is once again inviting all interested parties to the various institutions on Friday, June 23, from 6 p.m. in what is now the 8th edition.

Lange Nacht der Wissenschaften 2023
Lange Nacht der Wissenschaften 2023

Scientists from the University of Erfurt will present the results of their research in lectures and discussion formats or poster shows and video clips. The topics include e.g. climate-friendly behavior, genetic technology in livestock farming, conspiracy theories and how to recognize them, naturopathy in ancient times, the fascination of computer games, and much more. In addition, the library opens its doors for guided tours (also underground) and there is a rallye for children. During tours, visitors can take a closer look at the campus and the laboratories will also be open that evening, providing insights into their work and inviting visitors young and old to experiment.

By the way: Admission to all events of the "Night of Sciences" is free this year, a ticket is not required.

The programme and further information about the event can be found on the website of the "Night of Sciences" of the city of Erfurt. (in German only)

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