The innovation is that the knowledge transfer of scientific content is enhanced by creative work.
Through creative processes, knowledge is also anchored on the emotional level in addition to the abstract, scientific level.
This leads to a holistic learning experience, to an anchoring of the content in the long-term memory and creates a sound basis for further, interdisciplinary learning.
The Confocal Microscopy Images created as part of the project will be enlarged and creatively presented as art objects. In addition, a three-dimensional installation will be prepared with the help of students under the professional initiation and supervision of Timothy Mark, who will represent the colonization of the plant with the micro-organisms. This makes the invisible visible in a comprehensible form. It also aims to provide new access to science that will allow the younger audience to playfully explore environmental microbiology areas and explain the health benefits of microorganisms.