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Photo Gallery: Kids Get a Closer Look at CSL

CSL, which develops and manufactures medicines and vaccines, welcomed children and families to its locations in Australia, Germany and the United States.

Parents of a toddler hold her while she looks into a microscope
Friends and family members, including this junior scientist, visited CSL's new headquarters building in Melbourne, Australia.

At recent events around the world, CSL opened its doors to children who brought their natural curiosity to facilities where CSL researches, develops and manufactures medicines and vaccines. Here’s a look at events in Marburg, Germany; Melbourne, Australia; and King of Prussia, Pennsylvania, in the U.S.

Girls’ and Boys’ Day in Marburg, Germany

In Marburg, where CSL Behring has manufacturing and R&D operations, children were invited behind the scenes for an introduction to careers in science.

Two girls in protective lab gear inspect vials during a visit to CSL in Marburg, Germany
Children get a behind-the-scenes look at CSL Behring in Marburg, Germany.

Friends & Family Day at CSL’s new HQ in Melbourne, Australia

A crowd of 800 friends and family, including plenty of children, recently got an inside look at CSL’s new headquarters building in Melbourne’s biomedical precinct. For the day, labs were transformed into a place of bubbling rainbows, slime and fluorescent cells under microscopes.

A tour group looks at exterior facilities at CSL during Friends & Family Day.
A child gets an up-close look at laboratory equipment during CSL's Friends & Family Day in Melbourne, Australia.
Boy visits a lab during CSL's Friends & Family Day.
A child points to a wall display at CSL's Friends & Family Day.

 King of Prussia’s “Take Your Daughters and Sons to Work Day”

At CSL Behring’s office in King of Prussia, 90 children visited and participated in a variety of learning opportunities and activities.

Hands go up during a session at Take Our Daughters and Sons to Work Day in King of Prussia, Pennsylvania.

Kids had questions and Rebecca DeSantis, Michael Jaecks and Jaclyn Barber – all with the Medical Information Team – had answers.

Young visitors get an up-close look at equipment during Take Our Daughters and Sons to Work Day.

Jasmine Chang, daughter of Kristina Chang, Associate Director, Global Software Procurement, gets a closer look at equipment used to process collected plasma during a presentation from members of the CSL Plasma Team, including David Fochtman.

Children and teens suit up in lab coats during Take Our Daughters and Sons to Work Day at CSL.

Kristy McClellan (left) of CSL Plasma was among those who gave the young visitors lab coats and a lesson on how CSL uses plasma to help patients.

A young visitor speaks into a microphone during a Q&A during Take Our Daughters and Sons to Work Day.

KOP Co-Site Head Scott Hambaugh (standing with microphone), Head of Global Regulatory Affairs, welcomed young visitors to the site and answered their questions along with Co-Site Head Amy Morrell from the Commercial Operations Team.