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. | Source: Bernd Wannenmacher A camel named Laila demonstrates her walking cast. She was recently operated on in Freie Universität’s Equine Clinic and is now back on her feet and doing well. | Source: Gisela Gross Currently a major construction site, within two years a new building complex, including a new additional library, will be ready for several smaller disciplines. | Source: Bernd Wannenmacher Meteorologists used to measure sunshine duration with sunshine recorders. The glass ball concentrated the sun's rays, and the sun’s position was burned unto heat-sensitive paper with time gradation. | Source: Bernd Wannenmacher At the Topoi Excellence Cluster science can still be rather dusty. | Source: Dominik Bonatz An der Freien Universität Berlin werden vielfältige Forschungsvorhaben verfolgt - zum Beispiel an der Fruchtfliege Drosophila. | Source: Bernd Wannenmacher Students at Freie Universität design model cars to find their own way around. | Source: 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. | Source: Melanie Hansen The Center for Recreational Sports offers numerous opportunities for keeping fit. Basketball, beach volleyball, sailing, surfing, and yoga are just a few of the many possibilities. | Source: Nina Kuckländer A sculpture in the style of the Bremen Town Musicians decorates the main campus of the Department of Veterinary Medicine in Düppel. | Source: Stephan Töpper The Philological Library has modern workspaces for students. It contains approximately 700,000 books and subscribes to 800 periodicals. | Source: Judith Sordon Since 1945 members of Freie Universität and Technische Universität have been performing with the Collegium Musicum. | Source: Bernd Wannenmacher
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