If you are interested in seeing the institute or want to experience what it is like to work at the frontier of modern science and technology within such a historic building, we offer guided tours through the institute. Please contact the public relations office if you are interested. We are always happy to include introductions into basic lab work for school classes or student groups.
An exhibition on the institute's history is currently on show. One part of it is devoted to the life and work of staff members of the institute who were forced to leave in the period before World War II. The exhibition also introduces the Nobel laureates associated with our institute (Otto Meyerhof (Physiology or Medicine), Richard Kuhn (Chemistry), Walther Bothe (Physics), Rudolf Mößbauer (Physics), Bert Sakmann (Physiology or Medicine) and Stefan Hell (Chemistry)). We are grateful for opportunities to inform the public about the work and history of the institute.