Visit from the Nelly Sachs grammar school
January 09, 2013
On 18th December 2012 pupils from an advanced physics course at the Nelly Sachs grammar school got the chance to see how steels are developed through computer simulations and how modern microscopes can make atoms visible to the human eye. Apart from a guided laboratory tour and a 3D show there were obviously a lot of theoretical approaches being discussed with the pupils.
The Max-Planck-Institut für Eisenforschung offers laboratory tours and presentations for pupil groups with a special interest in physics, chemistry or mathematics.
On 20th March 2013 we will for the first time present the apprenticeships for chemical laboratory workers, technical software developers and materials testers in the frame of the Düsseldorf Days for Career Orientation. Interested pupils can apply for free at: www.berufsorientierungstage.de