For the fourth time, the IdeenExpo will turn the fairgrounds in Hannover into the “largest classroom in the world”. Working under the motto of “Your ideas can make a change”, 550 hand-on experiments around natural sciences and technology will tickle the senses for nine days.
Four interesting hands-on experiments are waiting at the LZH stand MDP-06 at the IdeenExpo
In this year, there will be six colored “idea paths” that are spun like a web over the fairgrounds connecting and complementing the different idea paths. The LZH is on the red “material – design – products” path, and will be showing the versatility of the tool laser. At stand MDP-06, young people will be able try out 4 interesting hands-on experiments using laser technology.Laser on Air
If you want to have fun learning about new technologies and about what the future has in hold, don’t forget to visit the LZH scientists at stand MDP-06 at the Ideen Expo!
The LZH thinks it is important to give young people insights into the fascinating world of laser technology. The Laser Zentrum Hannover e.V. in the science park in Hannover/Marienwerder offers young people the chance to gather experience with, and information on laser technology. The LZH offers practical courses for pupils in which they accompany a scientist working with laser technology, a “volunteer scientific year”, or apprenticeships or practical studies in different thematic areas of the institute. More information can be found at the LZH stand at the IdeenExpo in Hannover.Contact:
Michael Botts | Laser Zentrum Hannover e.V.
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