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Topics: Curiosity 4 All – Inspiring Ideas – Future Innovations – Reveal the Invisible – Smart Energy Solutions – Power to the People – Think a little, Change a lot – Thermal Camera Capabilities – Global Warming – Sustainability

Unlock your imagination and see new insights! The shows are playful and fully interactive, resulting in dynamic and awe-inspiring events. Embark on a journey of imaginative images and enjoy your adventure!

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Nobel Prize Winner:
This jelly fish was the unlikely star of the 2008 Nobel Prize in Chemistry. The green fluorescent protein (GTP) of the jellyfish Aequorea victoria has widespread applications in molecular biology as a reporter protein. The crystal jelly, swims near the surface of the Pacific Ocean. When this jelly is touched, green light flashes from its rim. Scientists have learned to make use of the unusual molecule that produces its light, as well as a fluorescent molecule that turns the light green.
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From Absolute Zero to 'Absolut Hot' – A Billion Degrees of Separation

Temperature

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