2,270 visitors at 60 stations on campus: This was the JKU's 2022 Long Night of Research

It was a long, lively, and interesting night of research at the JKU, featuring something for everyone.

Eindrücke von der Langen Nacht der Forschung 2022
Eindrücke von der Langen Nacht der Forschung 2022

Young researchers tried their hand at using nitrogen to make ice cream, rode around campus in the yellow train, and made magnetic fish. Older visitors enjoyed a fascinating demonstration of coffee-serving robots able to skillfully handle beverages without spilling a drop, DNA analyses, conducting hands-on experiments, role-playing in the courtroom, and learning about using a bacteria-based dye in today's fashions.

Visitors not only experienced science up close at the JKU, but also in Hagenberg as well as the MED campus. Visitors at the MED campus journeyed into the intestine and even watched a live transmission of a brain and heart operation during which they could even ask the surgeons questions, and much more!

The level of enthusiasm was high and one thing is for sure: We look forward to the next "Long Night of Research" with great anticipation!


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