The Virtual Laboratory is a digitalization project devoted to the history of the experimentalization of life. Its main focus is the interaction between the life sciences, arts and architecture, media and technology. It consists of two related parts, an archive and the laboratory.
As an archive, the VL offers numerous scans of texts and images concerning experiments, instruments, buildings, scientists and artists between 1830 and 1930 as well as categorized datasheets derived from this holdings.
The VLP data were transferred to a new system to facilitate access and research for users and institutions.
The most important new features are:
The data of the VLP are freely accessible under the CC BY-NC 4.0 license.