Inner Worlds – Cells in Motion from Micro to Macro
An exhibition by the Cells-in-Motion Cluster of Excellence
A set of 27 colourful images from CiM research give impressive insights into the inner workings of cells and organisms.
Look back 2015/16
After the premiere at the “Wissenschaftszentrum Bonn” in 2015, the CiM exhibition “Inner Worlds – Cells in Motion from Micro to Macro” was presented in the city centre of Münster and attracted more than 13,000 visitors in less than four weeks. In 2016, the exhibition toured three further venues, spread over the university campus.
Brochure to the exhibition
The free brochure "Picture stories to search for and find" highlights selected images of the exhibition and informs readers about the four subject areas represented: cells, blood vessels, the nervous system, and imaging technologies. The brochure is available in German. We will be happy to send you a copy by post.
How can processes in the body that are normally hidden from the human eye, such as inflammation or disease, be made visible? To do this, scientists at the Cells-in-Motion Cluster of Excellence use a broad range of imaging technologies and work on further developing imaging strategies.