July 14, 2024

Bielefeld makes science a star – NewsGO

Bielefeld makes science a star – NewsGO

The three winners of FameLab’s 2022 preliminary decision: Fabian Schoeden (left), Carla Wagner and Niklas Hoffmann.

In three minutes you can make tea. But is three minutes enough to explain the function of a stem cell? Or the purpose of a particle accelerator? FameLab Science Contest will feature it. Because young researchers here are faced with the challenge of explaining their research topic in just 180 seconds. Your presentation in front of a first-class audience and jury should not only be factually correct, but also as interesting and engaging as possible.

Preliminary Decision for Fame Test on March 9th

The regional preliminary rounds will take place in Bielefeld (March 9, 7:00 pm, Gate 6 Theaterhaus) as well as in Dresden, Karlsruhe and Regensburg. The registration period for participants ends on February 28.

FameLab Germany Finals on May 25th

More than 200 attendees watched the regional preliminary round for last year’s science competition.

On May 25th, starting at 7:00 p.m., Bielefeld Marketing will host the German Grand Final in the Rudolf-Oetker-Halle. The first and second place winners are expected in the regional preliminary rounds. Those who can win over the audience and the jury will represent Germany – at the FameLab World Finals in Autumn 2023.

A hotspot for education and research

By organizing two FameLab events, the Bielefeld science site is once again in the center of attention. This fits with the important center of education and research’s self-image as a modern place for scholarly communication. In the heart of downtown Bielefeld, the historic building complex will be transformed into a modern scientific meeting center this year. Through the Knowledge Workshop, an innovative hotspot of exchange between research and the public is created here. Bielefeld Marketing GmbH developed the futuristic concept on behalf of the city of Bielefeld and worked with Bielefeld University, Bielefeld University of Applied Sciences and partners from the city, education, culture and business.
So when young researchers from all over Germany gather in Bielefeld in the spring to dazzle the audience with their competence, creativity and intelligence, to refute popular prejudices against science and to have a lot of fun on stage themselves, there could be no better place for it. can find.

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Advance ticket sales are underway:

Advance FameLab tickets for the preliminary round and finals cost €10 each (€8 discounted) and are available online and at Tourist Info (Neues Rathaus, Niederwall 23, 33602 Bielefeld).
Maria Munzert, Project Manager at Bielefeld Marketing, will answer any further questions via email to [email protected] or by phone at 0521 12005552.

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