Newsletter 06/2017: Long Night of the Sciences


Dear reader,

You’ve never been in a real research lab? It’s about time! Don’t miss out on our lab tours during the Long Night of the Sciences on June 24th. One example: MDC-researcher Ana Pombo will explain how a python can possibly fit in a matchbox. You could also ask how our researcher Sebastian Diecke wants to rescue the Northern White Rhino using a highly sophisticated stem cell technology.

Sure, many everyday lab techniques are much more down-to-earth. Researchers even use kitchen tools at the bench, like mortars to grind tissue samples to powder.

During the Long Night of the Sciences, about 140 people working at the MDC and on campus are looking forward to meeting you, presenting shows, experiments, tours and talks. Come over and you’ll see.

See you on Saturday,
Your Insights Team