The MPG and all its staff offer our most sincere condolences to Suzanne Eaton's family, friends, and colleagues. President Martin Stratmann paid tribute to Eaton as an outstanding scientist and a wonderful human being who would forever be remembered for her contributions to the Max Planck community and beyond.
In principle, almost any encryption key can be broken - all you need is the right computing power. The situation is different, however, with quantum cryptography. Gerd Leuchs is researching this encryption technology of the future.
When was the Moon actually born? Where does the water come from? Should people fly to the Moon again? We spoke to Urs Mall, scientist @MPSGoettingenhttps://t.co/GPmMrlxL2G #MoonLanding50 #SolarSystem https://t.co/CHJTYc37St
Focal dystonia is still incurable. When the disease affects professional brass players, this often means the end of their career. German Hornsound played in a special place to help Peter Iltis in finding a cure.
Spot On – Three Minutes of Anthropology with Annelise Riles
In this video of our series Annelise Riles, research partner of the Max Planck Institute for Social Anthropology in Halle, talks about her research on financial governance and how it is seen by citizens. And she explains how anthropological methods of listening and reflecting on others' points of view can help create more effective dialogue between experts and the public and reinvigorate democratic processes.