In early September, Alexander von Humboldt, the famous global explorer, visited the Hottingen Cantonal School in Zurich. More precisely, it was the exhibition conceived by the “Science for All” association to commemorate the 250th anniversary of Humboldt’s birth.

For one week, the exhibition was displayed in the school’s auditorium and attracted a lively audience. Seventeen classes, each consisting of approximately 25 students, engaged with Alexander von Humboldt’s inventions and adventurous life during their class hours. Additionally, the exhibition was accessible to participants in evening courses and left them enthralled.

Next, the french version of the exhibition will be showcased in the French-speaking region of Switzerland, in Lausanne and Neuchâtel.

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