This shows you an overview of the successfully completed events in the area of Science Dialogue.
The University of Hamburg has numerous collections and museums at its disposal that include a number of scientific treasures. Since 2011 a University task group has been working on better networking of the institutions with the participation of Universität Hamburg Marketing GmbH. The collections are to become better known and public access improved. The medium-term goal is the collection's permanent establishment in the Hamburg museum landscape. A first step on this path was the special promotion day »Hamburg's Treasures« at the end of 2012, to which the public was invited for the first day to marvel at what had been hidden away. The Night of Science on November 02 2013 was another chance to discover a selection of treasures. Additional information and an overview of institutions and opening hours can be found on the website of museums and collections.
Day of Science
The 34th German Protestant Kirchentag in May of 2013: True to the motto »All you need« the Hanseatic City of Hamburg became the center of the Lutheran church in Germany. The University of Hamburg, supportetd by the Universität Hamburg Marketing GmbH, participated with a »Day of Science«: Up to 5,000 guests engaged in various discussions and workshops. Covered topics were »economy and sustainability«, »nutrition and climate«, »labour and peace«, »information and media«, as well as »religion: diversity and dialogue«. There also was an extra program for children. At the end of a sunny day on campus it became obvious that science is a resource that we all need – and that we can not get enough of.
Universität Hamburg Marketing GmbH conducts the exhibit MenschMikrobe in the Audimax (Von-Melle-Park 4) at the request of the executive committee of the University of Hamburg. This interactive traveling exhibit of the German research community and the Robert Koch institute could be viewed from June 1 to July 3, 2011; it offered a thrilling insight into the development of modern infection research and invited visitors to see, hear, participate and marvel. The exhibit was supplemented with lectures on new findings in research practice.
The University of Hamburg conveyed a living impression of the outstanding and diverse research activity at the largest university of North Germany with its research day Open Uni on June 13, 2009. All six faculties participated with over 300 entertaining events at selected University locations and ensure that this first »Open House Day« became a great success.