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Natalie Hampl, MA

Natalie Hampl studied German and History of Arts at the Justus Liebig Universität in Gießen, Germany, where she finished her Bachelor of Arts in 2011. After that, she continued her studies in German Literature at the Otto-Friedrich Universität in Bamberg, Germany, where she acquired her Master’s Degree in 2014.

She wrote articles for several local newspapers (e.g. daily newspaper Dill Zeitung, the online news portal mittelhessen.de and the online news portal nordbayern.de). Since November 2013, she works as a trainee at the Communications and Corporate Identity Department of Leica Microsystems in Wetzlar, Germany.

  • Venturing into Uncharted Dimensions – the Fascination of Future Technologies

    Beyond the confines of the school curriculum, the young talent promotion program Initiative Junge Forscherinnen und Forscher e.V. (Initiative for Young Researchers) from Würzburg, Bavaria, has set itself the task of fostering an enthusiasm for natural sciences and future technologies in young people. Christoph Stolzenberger is one of the IJF’s science presenters. In his Experimentarium and NanoShuttle, he and his team of postgraduates inspire young researchers’ interest in the wonderful world of microstructures.
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  • Hunting Down the Hay Bacillus – Educational Microscopes in Biology Teaching

    Learning begins with perception. Sensory impressions are branded in our mind and become the building blocks of knowledge. The more intensively young people are involved in the lesson and the more experiences they can make themselves, the easier they find it to learn. Hands-on microscopy is therefore a key component of modern science teaching, for example at the Philippinum Grammar School in Weilburg, where students love working with Leica educational microscopes.
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