What has a Renaissance building on the market place of Luther's historical town of Wittenberg to do with one of the greatest problems of humanity, the problem of starvation?
The futurea Science Center is an impressive combination of history and the future. The building is 500 years old, so Martin Luther must have seen it, and it is certain that the Blume merchants' family lived here - as neighbours to Lucas Cranach, venerable citizens and local dignitaries.
Today the building is open to all and it gives insights into the world of science. In the futurea Science Center you can find out how chemistry has always influenced our life, and what its influence will be in future.
Why is nitrogen so important? Why did famines become increasingly rare, and why is modern environment protection dependent on chemicals? You can be a researcher. Examine plants under a microscope, let the elements react with each other, help to shape the future.