Discovered here the various Baylabs!
One day at Baylab and suddenly you’ll understand how exciting science can be. What is inside of Curry powder? How cold is ice? What are enzymes? How does human genetic diagnostics work? And how do I become a scientist?
The program of the Baylab in Berlin is offered regularly, in spring and autumn, for primary school students (5th / 6th grade) and upper secondary school (8th / 9th grade). It comprises approximately one school day (8.45 a.m. – 1 p.m.), does not require prior knowledge and is carried out in the whole class association. Contact person: Martin Rimkus
The Baylab at Baykomm provides answers to these and many other questions. Three age-specific projects – from elementary to secondary level II – allow the young visitors to become researchers for a day. Baylab provides a practical component that complements the curriculum of the schools. more
Experience science up close, make your own biofuel and salad oil and gain insights into the genetic makeup of plants. The Baylab in Monheim offers programs from the disciplines of Biology and Chemistry for Secondary I and II.
The Baylab in Wuppertal offers experiments from the fields of biology, medicine, chemistry and physics in age-specific projects as a complement to school lessons. It also opens its doors to young scientists during school vacation periods.
With its Baylab student laboratories, Bayer offers authentic life-science experiments from the fields of biology, medicine, chemistry and physics in age-specific projects as a supplement to school lessons. Bayer's aim is to awaken an interest in science among young people at an early stage and to encourage their development. The approach has been hugely successful all over the world. more