The Life Science Symposium is aimed at secondary school teachers. Its objective is to enrich biology lessons with tried and tested modern experiments, working techniques and up-to-date specialist knowledge.
The focus of the symposium is on two expert lectures and two workshops of 90 minutes each, in which teachers work practically and gain experience. Ideas, equipment and recent literature will be presented and discussed at stands in an exchange fair. Institutions from the field of life sciences will introduce themselves.
Three workshops will present projects that have been presented at Science on Stage festivals: "To bee or not to bee" with Thomi Scheuber (Science on Stage Switzerland), "Die Hefe gibt Gas" with Stephan Burkhard (Science on Stage Switzerland) and "Grillen-Labor" with Marius Schumann (Science on Stage Germany).