"A temporary testing ground for learning, discussing, experimenting & exploring at Wilma Shoppen Charlottenburg" - that's how Mall Anders, a pop-up science lab, describes itself.
In Mall Anders, scientists from Berlin have the chance to present their research to an unusual audience: shopping mall visitors. UniSysCat takes this chance to experiment with new SciComm formats: You'll be able to dive into the research of UniSysCat on different occasions from April to June 2022.
Events in cooperation with Berlin's Clusters of Excellence
Together with researchers from the seven Clusters of Excellence in Berlin, UniSysCat will present three events in Mall Anders. All events will be for free, registration is not necessary. Just join and enjoy!
Saturday, April 30, 3-5 pm: "Ein exzellenter Science Slam" at Mall Anders
Friday, May 6, 3-6 pm: "Meet the Scientist" at Mall Anders
Friday, June 10, 3-6 pm: "Storytelling" at Mall Anders
More information on the venue and the program can be found on the events page of Mall Anders.
UniSysCat week in Mall Anders
From Monday, June 20, to Saturday, June 25, UniSysCat will present its research! You've never heard of catalysis? Well, it's about time! Because catalysis is everywhere: your T-shirt, your smartphone and your sunscreen are all made using catalysis methods. UniSysCat researchers show you what catalysis is and how it will change our world in the future. Information on the program will follow soon! If you want to stay updated, please visit also the events page of Mall Anders.
More about Mall Anders
Mall Anders, the temporary learning lab in the mall Wilma Shoppen, initiated and supported by the Berlin universities, leaves the spatial context of the university buildings with the aim of increasing openness and interconnection with urban society. This new meeting place in the middle of the neighbourhood offers students and local actors with a wide range of expertise the chance to think together about the pressing questions of our future, to discuss innovative solutions and to test them directly on a small scale.The doors of the experimental space will open in December 2021 for a wide range of interactive events on various topics such as social urban development, the future of teaching at universities, sustainable consumption and production, and much more.