Short Profiles

Baylabs Worldwide

Since 1998: Wuppertal (Germany)

In Wuppertal, young researchers can discover methods from molecular biology – for example the isolation and detection of the DNA. MORE


Since 2008: Berlin (Germany)

Here, young scientists can experience live physics and chemistry: How cold can ice be? How sour are cola and vinegar? Young guests will be able to answer these questions themselves after completing their own experiments. MORE


Since 2009: Monheim (Germany)

How can our crops become even better and thus contribute to feeding billions of people on earth? To answer this question, the participants of the Baylab Monheim learn scientific fundamentals. MORE


Since 2010: Leverkusen (Germany)

In the "Baykomm," children can understand life sciences through hands-on experimentation. For example, how enzymes accelerate chemical reactions, or why they are ideal target molecules for drugs. MORE


Since 2011: Mexico City (Mexico)

Understanding nutrition through life sciences: that’s the goal of the Baylab in the "Papalote" museum in Mexico City for junior researchers - starting from age 4. MORE


Since 2012: Poland

Young visitors to Baylab Warsaw discover what it means when patients have atherosclerosis. These young researchers make a soup that imitates blood flow - and discover what happens when blood flow stops. MORE


Since 2014: Romania

From the starch that exists inside a potato, to food digesting inside a human stomach – Baylab Romania covers a wide range of topics. MORE


Since 2015: Bulgaria

Young researchers at Baylab Sofia learn about the science behind their daily experiences: how an effervescent tablet works, which substances give plants their colors and how much vitamin C is contained in various fruits. MORE


Since 2016: South Africa

In South Africa, the Penreach Baylab is on the road. With their truck loaded with teaching materials, the employees head for the disadvantaged schools in the Mpumalanga region. The main focuses are mathematics and natural sciences. MORE


Since 2016: Argentina

Baylab Argentina makes every classroom a laboratory. With science kits and related training, they enable teachers to provide experiment-based learning with their classes. MORE


Since 2016: Vietnam

At Baylab Vietnam, science becomes a reading adventure. Children accompany the protagonists of the book "Science Discovering Adventure," finding out why birds sing and how plants grow. MORE


Since 2017: Mexico City (Mexico)

The Baylab in the "Universum", the museum of the Sciences of the National University UNAM, opened in early 2017. MORE


Since 2017: United Kingdom

Pupils can take on the role of a bee to get to know their life and their tasks in nature. Older students examine taste receptors by means of molecular genetic methods, for example. MORE


Since 2018: Bergkamen (Germany)

In Bergkamen, it is a long tradition to give school groups exclusive insights into chemical and technical processes. With the Baylab, the location now wants to adress even more inquisitive people. MORE


Since 2018: Republic of Korea

High School students are given in a 3-5-day program an overview on agriculture and crop protection technologies. On this occasion they gain experimental lab experience on basic microbiology, entomology and weed science. MORE


Since 2018: Monterrey (Mexico)

The Baylab in the "Papalote" children's museum in Monterrey, an important industrial city in the north of the country, is the third Baylab in Mexico. MORE


Since 2018: Sumpango (Guatemala)

The Baylab project in Guatemala is a contextualized science program and includes both basic science training for teachers and the implementation of a student laboratory for children aged 5 to 13. MORE


Since 2019: Bangalore (India)

The Baylab in Bangalore strives to stimulate scientific curiosity and raise awareness with interactive workshops with live insects, plants, demos and specimens. MORE