Looking behind the scenes of water research. The Swiss Institute of Aquatic Science and Technology Eawag and its current projects in the various research fields are presented during our guided tours in Dübendorf and Kastanienbaum.
At Eawag in Dübendorf, the participant will gain a deeper insight into the functioning of Forum Chriesbach, an innovative building of global interest, which distinguishes itself by its pioneering approach to water. The latest research findings of Eawag are transferred here into practice.
Do Swiss surface waters need to be revitalised? What are the effects of endocrine disrupting compounds on fish? What can millennial lake sediments tell us about the climate, the environment and the lake? Should you be interested in these or similar questions, we cordially invite you to a tour of Eawag in Kastanienbaum, where research projects are presented, particularly in the fields of Surface Waters, Aquatic Ecology as well as Fish Ecology & Evolution.
The guided tours in Dübendorf and Kastanienbaum are free of charge and require a minimum attendance of 10 persons. Do not fail to contact us if you have further questions.