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Long Night of Sciences 2016

On a mild June evening, dozens of scientific institutions in Berlin and Potsdam are yearly opening their doors for the public. With interactive events, they fascinate the people for their work and current research results. The Potsdam-Institute for Climate Impact Research (PIK) is going to take part again. How does climate science work? How do the scientists succeed to glance into the future? visit us at the Telgraph Hill in Potsdam and learn, what global warming means for the world and for the region. For young and old, tickets available on-site. Event in German language.
When Jun 11, 2016 07:00 PM to
Jun 12, 2016 01:00 AM
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Guide through the ultra-modern new research building
Discovery journey to the south pole: Research in Antarctica
Reading: Alice, the Zeta Cat and Climate Change (Margret Boysen)

Four billion years of climate history in 30 minutes
Climate Change on the plate: our diet and its impacts on the environment
How to go on after the Paris Climate Conference?

Climate Change and the vegetation on Earth
Climate Change and Economic Flows
Climate Impacts in Germany

Play and Make-Up Corner: which animals are particularly affected?
How do ocean circulations evolve? Generate currents yourself
Mission Blue Planet: interactive climate-quiz

Climate Change: Literary Work and Science
Historic Michelson-experiment: umbrella and relativity
Weather kitchen: weather and climate science on the Telegraph Hill

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