Communications Center MDC.C

Reality-TV – a day in a biomedical lab

A day full of science, fun and exciting people: we offer an unscripted insight into our laboratories.

Venue

Livestream, Online seminar, Instagram, TikTok
10115 Berlin
Germany

Time

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Program

We will show you what a regular working day in our laboratories looks like, through a full day of live broadcast. MDC scientists explain what they do, how and why, while you look over their shoulders as they perform their experiments. The audience can ask questions, which we answer either live or during one of the Q&A coffee breaks. These may be questions about our research, but also about education and career paths in science. In-between there will be live music and TikToks and much more – simply the daily life in a biomedical laboratory!

In cooperation with Wissenschaft im Dialog.

Link to the live broadcast

The program of the MDC at the Berlin Science Week

Agenda

09:00 - Welcome to the Max-Delbrück-Center for Molecular Medicine!

09:10 - Live Stream* from the Markus Landthaler Lab: https://www.mdc-berlin.de/landthaler (also corona research)

12:00 - What can we learn from fish: research from the Philipp Junker lab: https://www.mdc-berlin.de/junker

12:15 - Live Q&A

12:45 - Impressions from other MDC labs

12:00 - Live Stream from the Markus Landthaler Lab: https://www.mdc-berlin.de/landthaler (also corona research)

13:00 - Career Pathways: Conversations with people working in science – we will also hear from the board of directors

13:30 - Live Stream from the Markus Landthaler Lab: https://www.mdc-berlin.de/landthaler (also corona research)

14:00 - Music from the lab: Sterochemistry and Prof. Uwe Ohler perform together

14:20 - Impressions from other MDC labs

14:50 - Live Stream from the Nikolaus Rajewsky Lab: https://www.mdc-berlin.de/n-rajewsky (also corona research)

16:30 - Live Q&A

17:00 - Live Stream from the Nikolaus Rajewsky Lab: https://www.mdc-berlin.de/n-rajewsky (also corona research)

17:30 - Lab Olympics

17:45 - Live Stream from the Nikolaus Rajewsky Lab: https://www.mdc-berlin.de/n-rajewsky (also corona research)

18:00 - The End

*In the livestream we show you experiments, explain lab equipment and answer your questions