Linking science and business offers great potential for creative knowledge transfer as well as technical and artistic innovations. Ideas and co-creations emerge in close exchange with other co-thinkers and pioneers from a wide range of industries. The Mediasphere For Nature connects the Museum für Naturkunde via its innovation network with a steadily growing number of small and medium-sized enterprises, institutions, freelancers, associations and interested parties from the creative, media and education sectors.
To maintain our network and share experiences, we host regular Meetups on-site at the museum or digitally in virtual space. The Meetups offer our community the opportunity to present their projects. Also, potential collaborators for inspiring initial ideas and joint implementations can be found. Occasionally, we focus on a specific topic in our Meetups, for which we use our wide scientific network to organize interesting guest contributions.
In addition to our Meetups, we also organize other event formats together with our members and cooperation partners. The spectrum ranges from creative workshops and specific trainings to barcamps or hackathons. We often involve the museum’s scientific experts, who give the event the necessary impetus or assist the participants with expert knowledge.
Scientific expertise and expert advice not only provide impetus at our events - they can also promote product and service innovations in a targeted manner. Scientifically sound content is a significant unique selling point that makes products and services stand out from the crowd. In order to benefit from the expertise of our staff, the Mediasphere For Nature also offers its cooperation partners networking with our experts for consulting purposes.
Research and Development
As a member of the Leibniz Association, we are part of the broader research landscape and can thus involve our partners in joint national and international research projects. In addition, we have a wide range of opportunities to publish our jointly gathered experience and results in scientific publications. Our
Through our social media channels, we regularly inform both our members and the wider public about activities within the network. We also develop
If you would like to become part of our network or have further questions about the application lab, please contact Nadja Tata at
Project coordination and public relations