Meet us at the Science Day in the Seeburg on September 30th
Exhibition area and various participatory activities
On Friday, September 30th, the Science Day takes place throughout the city of Kiel. We join the event with an exhibition area and various participatory activities in the Seeburg at the Kiellinie.
From 2 p.m. to 10 p.m., we want to know, how and in which places people wish to experience science in the future. For this purpose, we present the four concepts that Master’s students developed in the term project Pop-Up Science! at Muthesius Academy of Fine Arts on the topic of antibiotic resistance. On site, anyone can vote on which idea is the most appealing.
Visitors also learn more about our work: how do new approaches to the visual communication of scientific content emerge in the collaboration between educational research, information design and innovative health research, and how can the public get involved in the design process?
We look forward to the exchange!
Facts about the Science Day in the Seeburg in brief
- What? Exhibition area and participatory activities of the KielSCN as well as numerous other scientific institutions and projects
- When? Freitag, 30. September, 14 bis 22 Uhr
- Where? Seeburg at the Kiellinie, Düsternbrooker Weg 2, 24105 Kiel, Germany
The visit of the event is free of charge. The Seeburg is easily accessible during the event period by a shuttle bus, which is also free of charge.
Background: The Night of Science becomes the Festival of Science in 2022
The KielRegion has already been part of the European Researchers’ Night since 2016. After two years without on-site events, the Night of Science is now returning as the Festival of Science. This year’s highlight is the Science Day on September 30th in the entire city area of Kiel. Visitors will discover science and research at a total of 10 locations throughout the day. The program ranges from hands-on experiments, exhibitions and laboratory tours to workshops and talks. Complementing the festival program are five science talks in the region as well as the two school programs Rent-a-Science-Film and Rent-a-Scientist.