Biomedical Physics Topics Soon to Travel the World

Cardiac topics at the Max Planck Science Tunnel 3.0 (© Jan Braun/Heinz Nixdorf MuseumsForum)

The Science Tunnel is a travelling exhibition by the Max Planck Society, presenting cutting edge research approachably to the general public. With over 9 million visitors in Europe and South America, the Science Tunnel is now entering its third phase with new and exciting research topics from different research groups of the Max Planck Society from all over Germany. The Biomedical Physics group is presenting their current findings and the obstacles they are facing in the pursuit of a milder, more favorable defibrillation technique. Don’t miss the chance to come and see what we and others are doing in the creation of new technologies and a more promising future. The exhibition is currently taking place at the Heinz Nixdorf MuseumsForum in Paderborn and will run until February, 24, 2013. Next stop: Moscow.