ZAL Science Slam: About Cat Games and Hydrogen

On October 5th, it was that time again. In the fully booked ZAL Auditorium, six brave aviation researchers competed against each other in the annual Science Slam, providing the audience with an entertaining and educational evening about lasers, hydrogen, cat games, acoustics simulation, and kitchen equipment.

This year’s audience favorite was the slam by Sebastian Altmann. His contribution on hydrogen thoroughly dispelled common misconceptions about the dangers of hydrogen. Hydrogen is no more dangerous than the fuel gasoline, just “different.” And a fact that may have been new to many: Hydrogen is  a component of margarine.