November 25th, 2018 marks the 5th anniversary of the C-Cluster’s annual Science Day (“Tag der Forschung”) in the Neanderthal Museum: scientists meet with the museum-going public, allowing for lively discussions about the many different aspects of being on the forefront of scientific research.
We are excited to welcome many researchers from projects in the CRC 806 as well as from other departments of the University of Cologne and abroad. We will have displays and exhibits on sedimentology, zoology, wild animal tracking, as well as on recent projects from around the globe. In addition to this, our in-house scientists will also present results from their current research, including Neanderthal art from the Cueva Ardales. To top it off, we anticipate an exciting special lecture on Tsunamis held by Prof Klaus Reicherter from the RWTH Aachen.
Preparations are running at an intense pace. Come celebrate this anniversary with us by visiting a space dedicated to idea exchange and discussion, allowing a hands-on experience for everyone wanting to know a little more about the work of our CRC scientists.
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Text: Taylor Otto
Taylor Otto is a PhD-student in the C1-project. She is working on Late Glacial land use in the western Mediterranean and is engaged in the public communication of science at the Neanderthal Museum.
|5th annual Science Day in the Neanderthal Museum
Source: Neanderthal Museum