How do you program a robot? How do you make gummy bears? How does a DNA analysis help track down criminals? Exciting experiments await school classes and kindergarten groups in eight fully equipped labs at experimenta. Over 60 different lab courses for children of all ages address topics found in the school curriculum prescribed by Baden-Wurttemberg and present phenomena from the fields of biology, chemistry, physics to computer science and technology in a way that is both knowledgeable and interactive. Variety is also important in the cooking lab in which both frying pans and pots as well as 3D food printers are used. There is also much for adults to discover - for example, the secrets of molecular gastronomy. Tracking down the new and unknown is the aim of the student research center that also provides an ideal platform for young scientists and their first scientific endeavors.
The Maker Space is also a special installation - an open platform that invites visitors to try their skills in development and design, programming and discussion. The relaxed atmosphere is similar to a start-up and encourages creativity. The technical equipment ranges from 3D printers to laser cutters and CNC mill to the video studio and a woodshop and also provides enough room for fashion design and textile processing.
To the Website of the Maker Space.