Molecular Building Blocks: How does the Wold look from up close?
Physically Natural Sciences

Molecular Building Blocks: How does the Wold look from up close?

Who knows what molecules look like? Here we will discover the world on a nanoscale! We will model interesting molecules with molecular building blocks, build large material models together as well as simulate them in the computer. And maybe even fool your eyes with the latest scientific trends!
Start 17:00 o'clock
End 23:00 o'clock

At a glance

Technische Universität Dresden (TUD)
Fakultät Chemie und Lebensmittelchemie - Theoretische Chemie
Neubau Chemie/Hydrowissenschaften
Bergstraße 66
01069 Dresden (Dresdner Süden)
Miroslav Polozij,


Do you know how molecules look like? Come and discover the World at the nano-scale! Try to build your molecules on your own, simulate them on the computer and let the latest scientific trends fool your eyes!
Molecules are the building blocks of our world; everywhere, but almost imposible to see. Fortunately, computer technology allows us to accurately simulate molecules and materials, allowing us to predict their structure and properties. Try it both on the computer and with your own hands. Or come and see how the Moiré effect is related to the latest trends in nanomaterials research.

Information on the event format

Experiment Participate and do it yourself Suitable for children



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