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KinderuniWien 2015: Universities are being turned upside down!

(Vienna, 29th June 2015) The Medical University of Vienna is also taking part again this summer in the exciting events at the Children’s University of Vienna. The children will be introduced to the secrets of medicine and they will learn astonishing things about the human body and illnesses by focussing on “From spectacles to the artificial heart: technology for living” at the Children’s University in Vienna. The period for registration ends on 3rd July.

There is still the opportunity to register for the personal programme until 3rd July 2015 in the A1 box on the University of Vienna’s campus, or on the A1 internet for all campuses and on the kinderuni.at site. A total of 496 teaching events are available to choose from in seven locations.

The programme begins on 6th July!

The starting shot for the popular summer project will be finally fired on Monday, 6th July: about 4,500 children will do research, be astonished and conduct experiments for two weeks in the lectures, seminars and workshops. The University of Vienna, as well as the Technical University of Vienna, the Medical University of Vienna, the University of Natural Resources and Life Sciences of Vienna, the University of Veterinary Medicine of Vienna, the campus of the University of Applied Sciences of Vienna and the University of Economics of Vienna will loan their lecture theatres, seminar rooms and laboratories to the enthusiastic children.

“From spectacles to the artificial heart: technology for living” at the Children’s University of Medicine
The Children’s University of Medicine in Vienna will offer exciting and fascinating lectures and workshops on the subject of “From spectacles to the artificial heart: technology for living” in the Lecture Theatre Centre (General Hospital of Vienna) at the Medical University of Vienna from 13th to 17th July 2015. Workshops and teaching events like “Living with an artificial hand”, “Looking into the stomach: how ultrasound can do everything”, “What does one have in the head?” or “What happens when bacteria enter a wound?” give insights that are suitable for children into how the human body functions and the technical aids that serve modern medicine nowadays.

Workers from the Samaritans’ Association, the Teddy-Bear Hospital for Infants and the Campus Fire Brigade of the General Hospital of Vienna will be presenting a free first-aid course arranged in modules for parents and children of both sexes, as an exciting general programme at the General Hospital of Vienna.


The dates of the Children’s University of Vienna in 2015
Until 3rd July    Registration via the internet on kinderuni.at in the registering offices on the campus of the University of Vienna and on the A1 internet for all campuses.
6th – 10th and
13th – 16th July     Children’s University of Science, Campus of the University of Vienna.
6th – 10th July     Children’s University of Technology, Technical University of Vienna.
8th – 9th July     Campus of the Children’s University of Applied Sciences,
    Campus of the University of Applied Sciences of Vienna.
8th – 9th July    Children’s University of Economics, University of Economics of Vienna.
13th – 17th July    Children’s University of Medicine, University of Medicine of Vienna.
13th – 16th July     Children’s University of Natural Resources and Life Sciences,
    University of Natural Resources and Life Sciences of Vienna.
16th – 17th July     Children’s University of Veterinary Medicine,
    University of Veterinary Medicine of Vienna.
18th July        Graduation ceremony at the Great Festival Hall in the University of Vienna’s Main Building.

The web site of the Children’s University of Vienna is kinderuni.at




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