You look back, but also ask yourself: “What do I want to change in the future? And in which fields do I wish to contribute more?” This can concern very private things – living more healthily, taking more time for oneself, changing direction in one’s professional life and so on – but to many …
Will we soon be eating cricket crackers and bug burgers? The amendment to the EU Regulation on Novel Foods, which becomes binding for all memebr states on 1 January 2018, makes this at least more likely.
In the autumn holidays, a theatre workshop for children aged 9 to 13 took place in cooperation with the Theater an der Parkaue. After the Futurium had turned the participants into futurologists, the theatre worked with them to develop a very special kind of theatrical performance.
The Futurium looks back on a successful event "A Day in the Future. Open House at Futurium": on 15.000 guests, a programme that went on into the small hours and various activities for young and old, that spread through the entire building.
After two years of construction, starting in 2015, the Futurium building in Berlin’s Government District has now been completed. The keys to the Futurium were ceremonially handed over on 13 September 2017.
The future thrives on good ideas – and our speakers will bring along the best ones for you. In our lectures and panel discussions, top-class scientists will offer their answers to the major questions of the future.