Max Planck Society's Science Tunnel in Buenos Aires

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The Science Tunnel, a scientific multimedia show presented by The Max Planck Society, arrives in Buenos Aires on March 8th, 2010. A fascinating expedition into the mysteries of our world, groundbreaking discoveries and the current issues and insights of modern science.
More than 300 large-format images and over 150 video clips from current research projects from every area of modern research, many of which have never been seen before, offer fascinating insight into the hidden worlds of the micro and macrocosmos. 50 exhibits, many of them interactive, invite visitors to observe and discover what scientists explore. Major scientific achievements in significant areas of research in natural and life sciences are presented. The exhibits combine with fascinating images and films to make a visit to the Science Tunnel an emotional and aesthetic experience that will stimulate discussion and reflection.
Most of the unique pictures, videos and exhibits come from the 78 Max Planck institutes. Many of the objects in the exhibition have been put on public display for the first time. Hundreds of large-format colour pictures and dozens of video clips present an attractive selection of scientific breakthroughs in recent years.
In the Science Tunnel, a scientific multimedia show, visitors move through twelve stations, from the smallest elements of our world to the largest structures in the Universe:
01 ON THE WAY TO THE BIG BANG
02 NANO COSMOS
03 BUILDING BLOCKS OF LIFE
04 FROM GENE TO ORGANISM
05 ARCHITECTURE OF THE MIND
06 THE WORLD OF SENSES
07 TECHNOLOGIES OF THE FUTURE
08 FROM DATA TO KNOWLEDGE
09 GLOBAL CHALLENGES
10 SPACESHIP EARTH
11 OUR HOME IN THE COSMOS
12 THE UNIVERSE

Dates: March 8 - April 20, 2010
Location: Montevideo 950
Opening hours:
Monday to Friday: 9 am to 6 pm
Saturdays, Sundays and holidays: 9 am to 7 pm
FREE ENTRANCE

For more information, visit The Science Tunnel Wesbite and Tunel de la Ciencia Argentina website.

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