Fascinating insights into the human body await you at the Siemens MedMuseum from May 4 to June 17, 2017!
The MedMuseum in Erlangen will open its doors on Sunday, May 21, 2017. A wealth of activities and guided tours will make this day a very special one at the museum.
A minor revolution reached a hospital in Frankfurt in 1975: Siretom, the first computed tomography (CT) scanner from Siemens. The unit is also on display at the Siemens MedMuseum.
A mere suspicion in antiquity has grown into an accurate science - advanced by astonishing discoveries, expecially in the past 75 years. More in the Siemens MedMuseum in Erlangen...
Visit the Siemens MedMuseum to learn how a lady’s hand marked a radical shift in medicine...
In the 19th century, the effects of electricity on the human body were still unknown. Soon, the first companies built equipment and used electricity for therapeutic purposes.
Electric hearing aids existed even 100 years ago. Visit the Siemens MedMuseum to learn how they have changed people’s hearing since then…
Discover intriguing moments in the history of medical technology at the Siemens MedMuseum, such as how magnetic resonance tomography (MR) started with images of a pepper.
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