From June 25 to 27, 2019, the Max Planck Society will convene in Hamburg for its 70th Annual General Meeting. In addition to the Directors of the Max Planck Institutes and the Society's Supporting Members, the research organization's key decision-making bodies will also assemble. The closing plenary assembly will focus on the challenges and opportunities for science arising from current upheavals in Europe. The keynote presentation will be given by the German-British historian Kiran Klaus Patel from current upheavals in Europe. The keynote presentation will be given by the German-British historian Kiran Klaus Patel from the University of Maastricht on the topic "Europe in turmoil: Lessons from the History of European Integration".

News


The entire sky in X-rays

June 22, 2019

The eRosita space telescope will be launched on 12 July in order to provide deep insights into space

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Artificial intelligence learns to recognize nerve cells by their appearance

June 21, 2019

Neurobiologists train artificial neural networks to map the brain

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Proteomic pioneer

Proteomic pioneer

June 17, 2019

Proteomics pioneer Matthias Mann developed techniques to map all proteins at work in human cells using mass spectrometry – revealing tell-tale signs of disease before a person falls ill

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Recruitment Programs & Job Offers


When alumni give career advice

May 10, 2019

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

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Innovative training programmes for Phd students

Innovative training programmes for Phd students

Talented German and foreign junior scientists are offered the opportunity to earn a doctorate under excellent research conditions

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Current Job Offers

Current Job Offers

Fancy new challenges? Here you will find current vacancies of the Max Planck Society and its institutes. Find the right job for your profile

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Publications


Living and working in Germany
Annual Report 2017

Videos and Events


Flight and trauma

Flight and trauma

Video March 15, 2018

Traumatic experiences arising from flight from war zones can lead to distressing symptoms, which impair everyday life.

The school for T Cells

The school for T Cells

Video August 17, 2017

The lamprey has no thymus gland. Max Planck scientist Thomas Böhm wants to know how it copes with bacteria and viruses.

Cryptography

Cryptography

Video May 04, 2017

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.

Climate: how the earth breathes

Climate: how the earth breathes

Video February 06, 2017

Researchers understand Earth’s climate system very accurately by now. For a long time, however, an important piece of the puzzle remained very elusive - the role played by vegetation and soils.

MaxPlanck-Bristol Centre for Minimal Biology

MaxPlanck-Bristol Centre for Minimal Biology

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Interfaces of matter and life are the focus of the new Max Planck Bristol Centre for Minimal Biology. Prof. Imre Berger from Bristol University explains the topic.

From the Institutes


MPI for Extraterrestrial Physics
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MPI for Evolutionary Biology
The individual microbiome – more chance than selection more
MPI for Heart and Lung Research
New signaling pathway of blood pressure regulation more
MPI for Extraterrestrial Physics
The satellite with X-ray vision more

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