13th Long Night of the Sciences: Da Vinci robot and the World Cup host Brazil

05.07.2014 von Sarah Huke in Study and Teaching, Miscellaneous, Campus
Science and football can live in harmony, as proven by the 13th annual Long Night of the Sciences in Halle which took place on 4 July. Visitors came sporadically at the beginning, but then, after a jubilant quarterfinal match, thousands came until the wee hours of the morning for a “research adventure”. For the first time more than 350 events were held. These were organised by the university along with many research institutes and the city of Halle.
“13th Long Night of the Sciences: Da Vinci robot and the World Cup host Brazil.
“13th Long Night of the Sciences: Da Vinci robot and the World Cup host Brazil. (Foto: Maike Glöckner)

Ihre Erlebnisse konnten sie erstmals live mit anderen Besuchern teilen. Eine Social-Media-Wall auf dem Universitätsplatz zeigte Bilder, Videos und Kommentare zur Nacht. Scientia halensis fasst den interaktiven Abend zusammen. Alle Eindrücke hier im Storify und auf dem Tagboard zur Langen Nacht.

One highlight on the Heide-Süd campus was the automated firework display that was timed to music. This year’s fireworks theme was mathematics and thus colourful geometric shapes appeared in the sky. mab, sh


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