In the second part of the tour we traveled into the history of the aircraft: historical balloons and the first models of airplanes caught our eyes. We took many pictures of the first jet engines and very interesting was the most recent jet model. It is made in Germany, is not yet available but is exposed in the Deutsches Museum. It will allow the future aircraft generation to fly at hypersonic speed.
From the enormous and imposing airplanes we dived into the human cell and the Nanocosm. We enjoyed the interactive exhibits on the recent advances of nanotechnology applications, from biology to computer science, and from medicine to material science.
The most colorful path was the walk-in the world of life science and pharmaceutics. We crossed a tunnel of medical herbs and arrived into a big human cell. We were surrounded by violet and branched nervous cell, red blood cells and yellow fat cell. We could understand cell biological processes and how a disease can alter them.