Museum of Natural History Leibniz Institute for Evolutionary and Biodiversity Research

Since the beginning of 2023, the Museum für Naturkunde in Berlin has been using Projektron BCS to implement its IT projects. In doing so, the museum's IT team strictly follows the PRINCE2 standard, which it can ideally map with Projektron BCS.

Projektron BCS in use

Museum of Natural History Leibniz Institute for Evolutionary and Biodiversity Research uses Projektron BCS for the following tasks:

  • PM according to PRINCE2
  • Project planning
  • Project controlling
  • Resource management
  • Project management


The "Museum für Naturkunde - Leibniz Institute for Evolutionary and Biodiversity Research" is an integrated research museum of the Leibniz Association. It is one of the world's most important research institutions in the field of biological and geoscientific evolution and biodiversity. Scientific research and our collection as the main infrastructure are the central pillars of the museum, in addition to knowledge transfer. The collection is a unique natural and cultural asset and is directly linked to our research. It comprises more than 30 million objects from zoology, paleontology, geology and mineralogy and is of the highest scientific and scientific-historical importance, as it is further researched on a daily basis.

The permanent exhibitions and regular special exhibitions provide the public with an insight into the museum's current research. The focus is on original research objects. Instead of following predetermined paths, visitors explore the topics on their own "research journey" and experience evolution in action. More than 700,000 visitors a year and steadily increasing participation in educational and event programs show that we are helping to shape political and social discourse.

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