Join our mission to promote science & science engagement and get involved if you are a national or international university, a research institution, a science-based start-up or an innovative business, a science engagement & science policy initiative, or an interdisciplinary science project in arts & culture.

As a global hub, our mission is to strengthen vibrant and diverse scientific networks as well as to facilitate a fruitful, open, and interdisciplinary dialogue between science and society.

Guided by the leitmotif ‘Dare to Know’, we partner with organisations from all over the world to showcase scientific excellence, promote debates on the world‘s major challenges, and find new, interactive, and fun ways to make science, research, and innovation more engaging.

While you implement and finance your event(s) from 1 to 10 November independently, we will advise you, create synergies, and support and connect you with fellow participating organisations – free of charge. We coordinate, curate, and communicate the programme to the media and the public, and provide visibility and awareness for your events through a wide range of activities.

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Reach out to scientists, journalists, new talents, and the public at large to strengthen trust in science and to drive the discourse with all fields of society forwards.

Expand your networks and build relationships with renowned participating organisations, i.e. with embassies, universities, and policy-makers.


Showcase and discuss your current research with a global audience and promote the work of your organisation.

Try out creative ideas and innovative event formats and enjoy 10 days filled with inspiration and fun!



On top of that, on 4 and 5 November we offer fully equipped spaces for rent at the Berlin Science Week Campus – the central festival hub at the striking Museum für Naturkunde Berlin.

Among fossils, evolutionary exhibits and geological discoveries, the Campus transforms into the Berlin Science Week festival hub with inspiring events, interventions, workshops, networking opportunities and interactive exhibitions. This year’s theme is ‘Paradigm Shift. Co-Creating a Sustainable Now’. We will be focusing on in-person encounters, but will also offer a track for interactive hybrid events.

Registration for 2022 ended

The registration deadline was 31 July for 2022. If you are interested in participating in Berlin Science Week next year, you can download our document How to Get Involved 2022 below for general information.

We will be available again for enquiries and introductory meetings from January 2023. 


Our registration deadline has ended. However if you would like to get a general idea on how to partake at Berlin Science Week from 1 – 10 November 2023, please have a look at our handy How to Get Involved 2022 booklet below. It provides general information on how to participate in our festival. If you are interested in our Campus activities at the Museum für Naturkunde Berlin download our Campus Exposé, which provides you with all information on participation possibilities, spaces & rates for 2022. This is for reference only. Adaptations for 2023 will be communicated in the following spring.

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