Annual Report 2011

Every year the Max Planck Society submits a report on its annual activities and commenced or planned undertakings. As stated in the statues, the Senate adopts the annual report and presents it to the General Meeting. The annual report contains a complete copy of the Jahrbuch (or Year Book) of the Max Planck Society, containing reports from all the Max Planck Institutes on their research activities as well as a bibliography of all the scientific publications. The reports in the Yearbook are not available in English, however an English summary of each report is provided.

The Max Planck Society in figures. All the facts regarding personal, finances, support of young scientists & technology transfer as PDF to download.
Minerva Program · Max Planck Research Groups · International Max Planck Research Schools and Max Planck Graduate Center
Finances · Staff · Subsidiaries · Organigram · Staff of the Governing Bodies · Overview of Research Facilities
Partner Groups · Max Planck Centers · Max Planck Fellows · Cooperation with Fraunhofer-Gesellschaft · Tandem Projects · Cross-Institutional initiatives
It all began 100 years ago with the foundation of the Kaiser Wilhelm Society on January 11, 1911, marking the start of world-class basic research. With 15 Nobel Prizes awarded to members of the Kaiser Wilhelm Society and, so far, 17 Nobel laureates from the Max Planck Society, the initial promise has more than been fulfilled. The anniversary year 2011 was an opportunity for us to consider where we stand.
Natural history in the genomics era - Ian T. Baldwin | Social Computing - Krishna Gummadi, Peter Druschel, Paul Francis | Cybercrime and criminal law in the global information society - Ulrich Sieber
Max Planck Innovation – the Technology Transfer Organization of the Max Planck Society
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