2.000 Visitors at FLI's "Long Night of Sciences"

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The "6th Long Night of Sciences", which took place in Jena on November 24th, attracted roughly 2.000 visitors to the FLI.

On occasion of the "Lange Nacht der Wissenschaften", which took place in Jena for the 6th time on November 24th, 2017, our scientists answered questions on aging research and their current projects.

Almost 2.000 visitors learned about our stem cell and cancer research, about how genes impact aging, or how homone and immune system change during life. They got in touch with aging research by means of posters, movies, guided tours to fish, planarian and through the institute building, and a lot of interactive games - all in all a wealth of fascinating insights into this highly interesting field of biomedical research.

Thanks to everyone who helped and joined!