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A selection of images depicting various aspects of Freie Universität Berlin

At eye level: Students from Freie Universität use the Ethnological Museum in Dahlem as a resource for their studies and research. | Image Credit: Bernd Wannenmacher The Botanic Garden in Berlin-Dahlem, with an area of more than 43 hectares, is one of the largest and most important botanic gardens in the world. | Image Credit: Tomasz Kurianowicz The University Sports Center offers numerous opportunities for keeping fit. Basketball, beach volleyball, sailing, surfing, and yoga are just a few of the many possibilities. | Image Credit: Nina Kuckländer A sculpture in the style of the Bremen Town Musicians decorates the main campus of the Department of Veterinary Medicine in Düppel. | Image Credit: Stephan Töpper The Philological Library has modern workspaces for students. It contains approximately 700,000 books and subscribes to 800 periodicals. | Image Credit: Bernd Wannenmacher The Hahn-Meitner Building is named after the physicist Lise Meitner and the chemist Otto Hahn, who were both instrumental in the discovery of nuclear fission. Today it houses the Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry. | Image Credit: Bernd Wannenmacher The Student Services Center (SSC) is the central contact point for all kind of requests about your studies. It is just down the road from the Dahlem-Dorf subway station. | Image Credit: Bernd Wannenmacher Biorobotics researchers at Freie Universität are working on simulating the complicated brain of the honey bee in an autonomously flying robot, the “neurocopter.” | Image Credit: Bernd Wannenmacher Research at the Topoi Cluster of Excellence can be quite dusty – but also often successful: The fragment of a sealed sheath for a clay tablet from a Central Assyrian letter, found in Tell Fecheriye (Syria). | Image Credit: Dominik Bonatz Since 1945 members of Freie Universität and Technische Universität have been performing with the Collegium Musicum. | Image Credit: Bernd Wannenmacher Currently still a construction site, the building will soon house facilities for the smaller departments and a new campus library. | Image Credit: Bernd Wannenmacher
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