Long Night of Sciences 2019


The "7th Long Night of Sciences" will take place in Jena on November 22th. The FLI will actively participate again and will have its doors open to the interested public from 6 pm to midnight.

Healthy Aging?

Fit and healthy into senior years - How can Aging Research help?

Aging is a very complex process, which is affected by genes as well as environmental factors. At the Leibniz Institute on Aging - Fritz Lipmann Institute (FLI) in Jena we try to find answers on questions like: Which factors have an influence on aging? Why and how do we age? And what goes wrong if we develop age-related diseases?

It is our long-term goal to decode the basic mechanisms of aging in order to treat aging-associated malfunctions and diseases. In the long run, this will help people to stay healthy and strong well into their senior years and to enjoy this longer life expectancy.

On occasion of the "Lange Nacht der Wissenschaft", our scientists will answer your questions on aging research and their current projects. Learn about our stem cell and cancer research, about how genes impact aging, or how hormone and immune system change during life.

Get in touch with aging research by means of posters, presentations, movies, guided tours in the institute and a lot of interactive games and gain fascinating insights into this highly interesting field of biomedical research.

All those interested are warmly welcome - whether young or old!


You will find the actual program here:

  1. Long Night of Sciences 2019


Information for Visitors

Visitors of "Lange Nacht der Wissenschaften" agree that during the event pictures can be taken, distributed or published by the organizers without the visitor being asked or paid. This includes public relations, editorials in publications, advertisements, print media, posters and internet/social media. This is also valid for underaged visitors, who are accompagnied by their legal representatives or parents. This agreement is unlimited as regards space and time.