New cookbook "Science-Food" - download now!

For this cookbook, staff and guest researchers have told us their favorite dishes from their home countries.

For this cookbook, staff and guest researchers have told us their favorite dishes from their home countries.

People from many different countries work at the Helmholtz-Zentrum Berlin and enrich our atmosphere. For our cookbook, employees and guest researchers from six continents have contributed their favorite recipes.

Home-cooked dishes are a great way to raise a smile. Hospitality is an important part of the tradition in most countries of the world. Eating, talking and laughing together unites people from all nations. In this new edition of the cookbook, you will find a unique collection of international dishes: from Korean appetizers to Mexican main courses and French desserts.

Let yourself be inspired by the culinary journey around the globe.

Have fun cooking and enjoying!

Download now!

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