As every year, TUM hosted their Open House Day (the so-called "Tag der offenen Tür") in Munich last Saturday. Thousands of visitors of all ages and all backgrounds came to the TUM campus to learn about the current state and the future of science and research.
Of course, Biofficiency was represented as well: Lynn and Thorben answered visitors' questions about Biofficiency, renewable energy and the environment, demonstrating the huge impact that research has on our world and our future. Additionally, they offered multiple tours through their labs, showing TUM's test rigs and plants where they conduct research for the project.
We would like to thank Lynn and Thorben for their engagement and hope that next year's TUM Open House Day will be as successful as this one.