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Long Night of Research

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About 2,600 stations at 265 exhibition sites throughout Austria will be open to interested parties. Experts in all areas of research, from universities to non-university institute and companies will provide generally understandable in those questions which can be scientifically answered in the broadest sense. Science will be made tangible, featuring highlights such as the “Science Slam”, the “feeling“ foot prosthesis, the research observatory Sonnblick in Salzburg at an altitude of 3,106 meters and the Viennese discovery path to the Anthropocene.

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