Interactive, aesthetic, and participatory public engagement and science communication: towards an accessible and diverse research and development landscape. The Institute's scientists are committed to raising awareness about how digital medicine and related STEM sciences influence healthcare. They develop experiential projects at the intersection of science, art, and technology to stimulate critical dialog and ownership of new technologies, reach new audiences and foster a diverse future R&D landscape.
Human-centered digitalization in medicine can explain, visualize and help manage complexities. We aim to make these new procedures understandable and accessible in our science communication, thereby addressing topics artistically. Our focus is on diverse, life-long education, collaborative production, and scientifically inspired art. Laypersons and experts are invited to get involved, learn, and exchange ideas eye-to-eye with the scientists.