More opportunities for female scientists
With the help of a new initiative, the so-called Lise Meitner excellence programme, the Max Planck Society seeks to attract outstandingly qualified female junior scientists by offering them a long-term perspective. more
When science meets art
First joint interdisciplinary conference of the N2 network. more
Amazon wants to join Cyber Valley
The technology company is supporting the research collaboration on AI initiated by the Max Planck Society more
Tracking the smallest particles
The Max Planck Institute for Physics commemorates its 100th anniversary more
Shedding new light on the Ancient Mediterranean
The partners of the new Max Planck-Harvard Research Center are investing a total of five million Euros in order to understand the key processes that shaped human history in the ancient Mediterranean by using cutting-edge scientific approaches. more
<p>Nobel Prize awarded to gravitational wave researchers</p>
Congratulations from the Max Planck Institute for Gravitational Physics in Potsdam and Hannover, and the Leibniz Universität Hannover more
When alumni give career advice
On September 1 and 2, 2017, Max Planck alumni and young researchers came together for two days of sharing and learning at Harnack House in Berlin more
An interview with Vice President Ferdi Schüth on the Max Planck Schools more
Concentrated excellence – first Max Planck Schools selected
Three Schools selected for a five-year pilot phase more
A conscious decision for neuroscientists
Steven Laureys and Giulio Tononi will be honoured for their research on sleep, coma and consciousness more
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