Science Rally for Pupils in Bonn
The Science Rally on Saturday, January 21, 2023 offers pupils the opportunity to discover and explore various scientific subjects hands-on: from mathematics to geography, chemistry and physics as well as medicine and computer science.
The Science Rally is organized by the Lamarr Institute’s partner, the University of Bonn, and welcomes young people aged 13 to 17. The Rally starts between 10 and 11 am at Meinhard-Heinze-Haus, Poppelsdorfer Allee 49 in Bonn. At the starting point, the young science enthusiasts get a map and instructions for tasks they need to complete until 3 pm at each of the 13 stations.
This year, the computer science faculty, the b-it and the Roberta Initiative, which is hosted by the Lamarr partner Fraunhofer IAIS, invite young scientists to get to know the robot Roberta. Young science enthusiasts will help Roberta to prepare for a space mission: Before Roberta can be sent to another planet, the robot needs to be explored in the Open Roberta Lab to make sure she is functional and fit to travel to space. This educational cooperation is supported by the Lamarr Institute.
The Science Rally offers a good chance to get interesting insights into the scientific institutes around the University Campus Bonn Poppelsdorf, meet researchers and possibly even take a first step towards a career as a scientist. Spontaneous participation on the day of the event is still possible!
Further information (in German) and program of the Science Rally of the University of Bonn