We frequently have ideas to incorporate special exhibitions relating to various themes into our Museum. Why? Because the whole complex of X-rays offers a whole lot more and because the history of science and technology cannot be explained away in just a few minutes. Our special exhibition areas take up a specific aspect and focus particularly on the role of technology and science in modern-day societies.
Moreover, our special exhibitions are often accompanied by a series of lectures, symposiums and workshops. In this way visitors are enabled to actively discuss about the role of technology and science. What do such scientific advances mean for a modern society? How much further can we go with technology? What is allowed and permissible from a scientific point of view? We would like all these topics to become perceivable and tangible and trust that the young and old, the outspoken and reserved, the flamboyant and the unobtrusive boys and girls, women and men, mothers and fathers, grandmothers and great grandfathers keep on learning, understanding and experiencing. Indeed, that is our very intention.