The building's steel-glass facade - located at Lennéstrasse 2 - is meant to represent the "transparency of science".
The permanent exhibit "Calculating in Olden and Modern Times" (German: Rechnen Einst und Heute) shows the progression of mechanical calculating machines through 1,200 pieces.
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