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Drop-In, Science and Humanities

Evolutionary adaptations take time and the formation of characteristics in the context of an ecosystem can be overtaken by environmental changes. At Meet the Scientist, forest scientist and plant biologist Marcel Robischon talks about plants that are still adapted to environmental factors of the past and looks at trees with “wild memories and great expectations”.

Waldweg mit Bäumen
Waldweg mit Bäumen © Pexels / Foto: Элен Пройс

This event is part of Berlin Science Week. In cooperation with the European University Alliance Circle U.

Prof. Marcel Robischon is a forest scientist, plant biologist and head of the Department of Agroecology at Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin. His scientific focus is agroecology, especially the developmental biology and ecology of woody plants. In addition, he deals with the world’s natural and agricultural heritage in agricultural teaching.

- Free of charge
- Book your ticket in advance online or at the box office in the Foyer.
- Duration: 60 min
- 14 years and older
- English
- Humboldt Lab, 1st floor
- max. 25 persons

Additional information
Humboldt Forum: Humboldt-Labor, 1. OG.