Discover science around the globe – Baylabs promote the joy of discovery and provide a global experience of research.
From Wuppertal to the world – In the Baylabs, children and young people are the researchers, developers and designers of tomorrow's world.
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.
approximately 3,000 participants per year (7 to 18 years)
In Baylab in the UK, young researchers study chemistry in their daily lives, learning about enzymes, the catalysts of life, and DNA. In a fictional crime case, they apply modern methods of molecular biology, and younger children can discover why bees are so important to nature.
The Baylab in the UK opened at the Bayer headquarters in Reading. It gives teachers and pupils the chance to gain scientific insights through practical experimentation.