In the background the partially illuminated institute building, in the foreground a colorfully illuminated research drone.

Long Night of Sciences Jena 2022 (LNDW 2022)

  • Date: Nov 25, 2022
  • Time: 06:00 PM - 11:55 PM (Local Time Germany)
  • Location: Max Planck Institute for Biogeochemistry
  • Host: Jena Kultur
Long Night of Sciences Jena 2022 (LNDW 2022)
Science is exciting, science is fun! For an entire evening, institutes, laboratories, lecture halls and clinics in Jena open their doors into the night and show guests how versatile and interesting their research is. There is a lot to marvel at, learn and try out for young and old! We will be there again this year with an exciting and interactive program.

For further activities, please visit the German event page.

The 325-metre-high tower of the Amazon Tall Tower Observatory stretches far above the canopy of the Amazon rainforest. It allows scientists to study how the forest, atmosphere and climate influence each other. (© Jorge Saturno / MPI-C)

Climbing & Climate Research in the Amazon
 

Deep in the Amazon rainforest stands a measuring tower as tall as the Eiffel Tower. In our foyer you can climb a model of the Amazon Tall Tower Observatory and learn more about the research project in an exhibition by scientists.

Event: booth & exhibit
Location: entrance hall
Time: ongoing
 
Gas flasks with atmospheric gas samples (© S. Héjja/MPI-BGC)

High-precision isotope analyses of atmospheric gases
 

Where does the carbon dioxide in the atmosphere come from? What information do we get from analysing the stable isotope ratios in the air? In our BGC-IsoLab, you will not only get the answers but also an insight into a modern mass spectrometry laboratory.

Event: Lab visit
Location: BGC IsoLab, meeting poin in the entrance hall
Time: 07:30 pm
Please register via presse@...
Phytoplankton (© Ladislav Hodac/MPI-BGC)

ZOOM in: phytoplankton!

Look through our microscope and discover the diversity of phytoplankton! These single-celled plant organisms use sunlight and carbon dioxide to make photosynthesis in water. Talk to our expert and learn more about these exciting organisms!

Event: hands-on-experiment
Location: Foyer, 1stfloor
Time: ongoing
Identifying plants with the Flora Incognita app

Identifying plants with the Flora Incognita app

Come along and learn from the scientists how you can discover native plant diversity with your mobile phone! Try it out yourself on our plant pots and take the opportunity to ask all your questions.

Event: hands-on-experiment
Location: Foyer
Time: ongoing
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