Long Night of Science at the MPI

It’s that time of year again! The MPI will open its doors to the public tomorrow from 6pm to 1am for a long night of science and fun. It’s Dresden’s biggest science outreach event, with 29 different participating institutions and universities. Come visit the MPI during this “Lange Nacht” to see cool science demos, hands-on activities, science-based artwork (including photography pieces from our own Oliver Wüseke), videos of science behind-the-scenes, and more. We’ll even be screening the World Cup games so that football fans can have it all — science and soccer in one great location. See you tomorrow night!



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