Long Night of Science


Mark your calendars for the 11th Long Night of Science, scheduled for October 21, 2023. This annual event promises to be an exploration of the fascinating worlds of science, research, and innovation, with a staggering array of around 1,000 program offerings spread across the cities of Nuremberg, Erlangen, and Fürth. If you are looking to ignite your curiosity, you can read more about the Long Night of Science here.

The FIS has participated in the children’s program for several years, and we will do so again this year. Do you want to learn more about light, friction and propulsion, for example? Or how DNA is composed? Together we will answer interesting questions about physics, chemistry, biology and sports science and get fascinating answers! Whether you experiment in the lab or measuring the speed of a soccer kick – fun is guaranteed!

Our doors will open between 14:00 – 17:00 for children aged 8-12!

The full children’s program can be found here: NDW23 – Kinderprogrammheft

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