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How does a fish swarm actually work? How does the hand of a 19th century chimpanzee end up in a Berlin museum? How can you reconstruct an entire prehistoric animal from a fossilized footprint?

Besucher:innen Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin / schnellebuntebilder, Inside Outside | Petra Blaisse, Foto: Philipp Plum

What exactly do researchers do? What does science have to do with our own lives? Questions like these can be discovered interactively in the exhibition After Nature in the Humboldt Labor.

Open participation, entry and exit possible at any time; maximum number of participants depending on room and Corona requirements.

  • German, English
  • free of charge
  • Duration: 60 min
  • max. 15 persons

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Humboldt Forum: Humboldt-Labor, 1. OG.