Over 60 scientific institutions, laboratories and libraries, which are usually closed to the public open their doors for visitors on 15 June for the Long Night of the Sciences all across Berlin and Potsdam-Telegrafenberg.
What makes the Long Night of the Sciences so special is the direct encounter and interaction of citizens with scientists from natural sciences, engineering, social and cultural studies, medicine and much more. In the vivid atmosphere of a nightly event, visitors gather exciting insights and are inspired by hands-on experiments, lectures and science shows.
Advanced Therapies – Chances for clinical research and medical care throughout Europe is our theme and our passion. Professor Hans-Dieter Volk will illustrate today’s modern approaches in the field of cell and gene therapy in a lecture followed by a Q&A. Professor Volk is one of the foremost experts in the field and coordinates RESTORE, the pan-European Large-Scale Research Initiative that works hard to ensure that Europe’s patients benefit from Advances in this important future-oriented medical field. Join us to learn more!