A real highlight will take place in Berlin from 18th to 21st July, 2013: The world's largest HIV science conference of the International AIDS Society (IAS) has decided in favor of Berlin! Over 6,000 experts meet at the exhibition center to exchange information…
The starting point of the culture of remembrance is the past. But especially with regard to political reappraisal, its social relevance also results from the interrelationship between the present, the past and the future.
In 2020, the EU announced a ‘Green Deal’, promising unimaginable investment into decarbonising the world – the developed world, that is. In view of the looming general crisis, the global south is again threatened with the prospect of paying the price.
Beats & Bones - The Podcast from the Museum of Natural History Berlin
Listen to the beat of science! In the podcast Beats & Bones we open doors to our collection and research labs that are otherwise closed. Experts talk about everything from bees to Tyrannosaurus rex from the realm of nature.
Behind the scenes: How do I exhibit something that doesn't even exist yet?
Why not celebrate International Museum Day with the people who make museums? On May 16, the tour is dedicated to the curators. And they, in turn, are dedicated to the visitors. So be there when they personally guide you through the exhibition.
In social networks, in the classroom, at demonstrations, in presidential elections, in left-wing and right-wing political discourses there is agitation against Jews, anti-Semitic clichés, violence. In Hungary, the prime minister mobilizes voters with…
A look at the state of our planet gives every reason to worry – and to think. The speed and extent of the environmental disasters looming over us with climate change, species extinction, extreme weather events, pollution and overuse of land, air and water, etc…
The ‘liberal script’ – the organisation of society on the basis of individual self-determination – is under pressure: Chinese state capitalism, Putin’s illiberal democracy, Islamistic terrorism and the rising populism in Europe and the USA appear to be…
The Humboldt Forum aims to be a platform for curious minds, from both our urban society and guests from further afield. Once a month, Counterquestions brings together people with a wide variety of experiences and standpoints for moderated exchange and debate.
A journey through 100 years of contemporary history as reflected by science in Berlin-Dahlem. The Dahlem research campus in southwest Berlin wrote scientific history at the beginning of the 20th century.
Design Lab #8: Material Loops - Paths to a Recyclable Future
The future is circular. The Museum of Decorative Arts is dedicating its eighth Design Lab on the topic of "Circular Economy" to this vision. On the way to a circular society and economy, materials play a key role.