Rosenmund Lab at Long Night of the Sciences

May 2011

Berlin’s summertime Long Night of the Sciences is always a big event for the local scientific community – all across the city research institutes and teaching facilities open their doors to the public. Passersby get a first-hand look at how science works, while scientists rise to the challenge of making their research understandable to the general public. This year, the Rosenmund lab joined in. Visitors, mainly youngsters, examined cells through a microscope and listened to Christian Rosenmund try his hand at a simple explanation of “why we move when we want to”.