Airborne Optical Sectioning: Indiana Jones would be jealous. New Airborne Optical Sectioning Technology allows drones to seek out hidden objects and structures tucked away under dense forest and bushes. Discover just how it works and how this technology will change archeology forever.
Nitrogen Ice-Cream: Plants have always loved nitrogen. They need it for photosynthesis. Kids love it, too - at least at this station where nitrogen gas (which can also be used to extinguish fires) can be turned into delicious ice-cream. Even chocolate or vanilla! Who knew chemistry could taste so good. Try it out!
The World's Fastest Waiter: Do you have the same problem every morning? You need coffee - and as quickly as possible! We'll show you the fastest "waiter" in the world at the robotics station. You can get your coffee without a drop being spilled, no matter how much the robotic arm sways and moves. Tea lovers don't worry - it works the same way for tea.
KCube: Balance not only ensures stability for humans: The robotic cube at this station never loses its balance. It balances on its corners and even fast movement can't shake it. How does it work? You'd be surprised.
Self-Balancing Bike: Kids often learn to ride a bike with the help of training wheels. Bicycles, too. At least, the kind that propel themselves. See for yourself if these special bikes really need training wheels.
Clean Air for Quantum and Laser Light: The great pyramids of Egypt are known for being very ancient and surprisingly big. At this station, however, you can discover the opposite: Nano-pyramides. You can also learn how to make them and create artificial atoms. You can literally see the "quantum" light ahead.
Detecting Gravitational Waves: Can you surf gravitational waves? Well, no, but since 2017, modern laser technology lets us measure them. This method even won a Nobel Prize for Physics. Visit this station to learn more about how it works and why Einstein's theory of relativity predicted that these waves exist.
Rover Verner: Logic can help with many things: making decisions and solving puzzles and other complex scientific tasks. If we want to know how a computer "thinks", then we have to think logically, like a computer. How can you check if the control software has a driver error? Right: Using logic. Visit this station to learn how it works.