Science Events in Berlin

Scientific events in Berlin: Conferences, congresses and conventions

Berlin plays host to countless research events every day, many of which take place on a yearly basis. Below is a list of selected events.

Berlin Science Week – International platform for scientific networking

The Berlin Science Week is a collection of events that offers an international discussion and networking platform for everyone interested in science and research.

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World Health Summit – International Forum for Health Issues

Global health issues affect all policy areas. The World Health Summit takes place annually in Berlin and offers an interdisciplinary forum for the exchange of ideas and networking on the subject of global health.

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The Falling Walls Conference of the Falling Walls Foundation

Every year on the 9th of November, international scientists provide insights into upcoming breakthroughs in the natural sciences, the humanities, the life sciences, business and technology.

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Long Night of the Sciences – Berlin's Night at the Museum

A night full of workshops, lectures and experiments: The scientific institutions in the capital region open their doors to visitors all night long and offer a look behind the scenes of Berlin's scientific landscape.

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BIONNALE – largest networking event for life sciences and healthcare industries

Over 1.000 participants from around 30 countries taking part at the Berlin Health Week every year. It's the largest networking event for life science and healthcare in Berlin-Brandenburg.

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Berlin Health Week – about Healthcare in the Berlin-Brandenburg Capital Region

Lectures, conferences and expert roundtables on healthcare: The aim behind Berlin Health Week for Berlin-Brandenburg is to demonstrate the various facets of the health region.

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Our Future Water Event – on the way to Water Security

Water security, i.e. securing the water supply, is a topic that is fundamental for future generations in these times of climate disasters, climate change, and an ever-increasing human population.

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