Exhibition in Neuchâtel: "Emotions – A Natural History"

Start date

30/Nov/2014

End date

29/Nov/2015

Town

Natural History Museum, Neuchâtel

The official publication for the event.

In collaboration with the National Centre of Competence in Research "Affective Sciences" and the Swiss Centre for Affective Sciences (CISA) of Geneva University, the Natural History Museum of Neuchâtel is exploring the complex topic of emotions in an exhibition called "Emotions – A Natural History".

​In collaboration with the National Centre of Competence in Research "Affective Sciences" and the Swiss Centre for Affective Sciences (CISA) of Geneva University, the Natural History Museum of Neuchâtel is exploring the complex topic of emotions in an exhibition called “Emotions – A Natural History".

In an interactive and playful manner, the exhibition takes a close look at the fascinating world of emotions – both in humans and in animals. "Emotions – A Natural History" is a bilingual exhibition hosted both in French and German.

The exhibition – which is supported by the SNSF – is the result of a collaboration between the Natural History Museum and the National Centre of Competence in Research "Affective Sciences", based at the University of Geneva. The exhibition features some of the latest and most innovative research topics in the study of emotions as well as insights from experts in the field, thus creating a rich and encompassing experience for visitors.