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Chemistry of Life – The Invisible Inside

What do all living things have in common? How tiny are molecules? What happens in our cells after we eat? In “Chemistry of Life – The Invisible Inside” we find the answers to these and many other questions. The show explains chemical processes that are essential for all life on earth. We shrink to a few nanometers and travel deep into the cells of plants and humans to explore the chemistry of life. Along the way, we'll find out why molecules can't be seen with even the most powerful light microscopes and learn about some of the tools researchers use today to learn more about our invisible insides.

“The Chemistry of Life – The Invisible Inside” makes the biomolecular world more concrete and accessible through state-of-the-art molecular visualizations. Production focuses on connecting the processes associated with life - breathing, eating and thinking - with biochemical processes in the body's cells.

Using dynamic animations based on research data and the immersive dome format, we experience the molecular world in a whole new way and gain a deeper understanding of the invisible world that exists within us all.

Recommended for ages 12 and older. 45 minutes
Available in English, please check in at the reception desk for wireless audio service. Live parts in German, not translated.

12 € / 7.50 €

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