Copied - what technology can learn from nature

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"Winterberg's Bestiary goes into the next round. To kick off the humorous science show, caretaker Winterberg and zoology professor Kropf will explore what technical achievements have in common with nature.

Dirt- and water-repellent surfaces? Copied from the lotus plant. Robots that reach around with their arms? Copied from the hydraulic locomotion apparatus of spiders. What technology can learn from nature is the subject of the next series of "Winterbergs Bestiarium", which will take place on five evenings from 25 March in the Natural History Museum Bern.

The well-known actor Uwe Schönbeck alias the grumpy caretaker Winterberg and the somewhat scatterbrained, but always lovable and knowledgeable Professor Christian Kropf will once again present zoological knowledge in an amateur form. The entertaining scientific events with cult status are underlined by Pip - a musical freethinker and all-rounder. The show for brain and heart makes the synapses jubilate and guarantees no dry eye.

Information about the event

Mo, 25. März

19.30 – 20. 45 Uhr

Di, 26. März

19.30 - 20.45 Uhr

Mi, 27. März

19.30 - 20.45 Uhr

Do, 28. März

19.30 - 20.45 Uhr

Fr, 29. März

19.30 - 20.45 Uhr


18.30 Uhr, with bar