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Student Research Centre

Natural sciences are exciting

Lemons can produce electricity- would you as a grown-up have known this? The Student Research Centre accompanies children and young people on their journey of discovery in natural sciences.

Student Research Centre

Natural sciences are exciting

Lemons can produce electricity- would you as a grown-up have known this? The Student Research Centre accompanies children and young people on their journey of discovery in natural sciences.

Student Research Centre Osnabrück

Dance championships with a robot? No problem for the Student Research Centre (SFZ). Self-constructed robots drive through a course, get around obstacles or score goals. What you need is a keen interest in technical and science issues, working freely and independently, but also team spirit and creativity.

Several renowned companies and institutions started in 2008 to make their contribution in triggering school kids‘ interest in natural science and engineering. The CLAAS Foundation established the SFZ with local partners. Also the Federal State of Lower Saxony supports this research institution.

Find out more about the student research centre at: www.sfz-os.de