Laboratory day at the LMU Munich

At the end of January, two S4 classes of the European School Munich took part in a student laboratory course at the LMU as part of their chemistry lessons. On the high-tech Großhadern campus, the students experimented in small groups at five different stations. Among other things, they produced sparklers, examined the functioning of pocket heaters and looked at a hair under a scanning force microscope. Each station was supervised by a student who led the experiments and answered the students' questions.

At the end of the day the students went home with many new impressions and experiences. The students' feedback was consistently positive. But there was also a lot of praise for the European School Munich: The LMU students and their supervisors were impressed by the motivation and the interest in science shown by the school children.