Der wichtigste Preis für wissenschaftlichen Nachwuchs in Deutschland geht u.a. an Andreas Geiger in Tübingen. Die insgesamt zehn Preisträgerinnen und Preisträger, die jedes Jahr von der Deutschen Forschungsgemeinschaft (DFG)...
Forscherverbund unter Federführung der Universität Hohenheim erhält Förderung aus Landesprogramm „Regionale Forschungsallianzen“ / Projektpartner: Universität Tübingen und Max-Planck-Institut für Entwicklungsbiologie Tübingen
Tübingen researchers discover that many marine animals use the stress hormone noradrenaline
Professor Klaus Scheffler wants to test new methods in magnetic resonance imaging
Science and industry form one of Europe's largest research partnerships in artificial intelligence
Tübingen, 14. Dezember 2016. Aufgrund immer wieder eintreffender Nachfragen möchten wir zur Forschung mit nicht-humanen Primaten am Max-Planck-Institut für biologische Kybernetik in Tübingen den aktuellen Sachstand...
Learning a language with one click?
Das rätselhafte Leben in uns - TV-Sendung vom 17.11.2016
CYBATHLON Championship for Athletes with Disabilities
Human spatial memory is made up of numerous individual maps
A breakthrough in our shared understanding, perception, and description of human body shape brings new alternatives to 3D body scanning
Leopoldina - National Academy of Sciences
Extensive variation revealed in 1001 genomes and epigenomes of Arabidopsis
Die drei Tübinger Max-Planck-Institute luden zum Tag der offenen Tür, was bei Besuchern wie Mitarbeitern auf positive Resonanz stieß
International research consortium publishes data on the genomic diversity from over 1000 plants
Young, excellent, and motivated
Forscher finden Mechanismus für die Verarbeitung multisensorischer Reize
Max-Planck researchers from Tübingen shed light on how the cell regulates the destruction of its internal messages
Tübingen – Stockholm – Berlin – Stockholm – Tübingen; Ludovic Righetti receives within 24 hours two renowned prizes for young researchers for his outstanding science on movements of robots
Scientists develop software that enables public health officials to analyze and predict outbreaks of virus infections
Role of mirror neurons in social interaction not as important as previously assumed
Scientists from Tübingen develop new mathematical approaches and software to model the networks that control embryonic development
Christiane Nüsslein-Volhard from the Max Planck Institute for Developmental Biology in Tübingen, Germany, receives prestigious award
Researchers show how neural wiring works in the visual system
Tübinger Forscher erkennen Sender- und Empfängereigenschaften eines altbekannten Membranproteins
Die Akademie von Athen ehrte den Tübinger Neurowissenschaftler Nikos Logothetis für seine Forschungsarbeit
Hoch dotierte europäische Auszeichnung geht an Nachwuchswissenschaftlerin aus Tübingen
Our peripheral vision is better at recognizing people than objects
Roundworm species reproducing self-fertilization instead of mating with males have shorter lifespans
Ein mit 5,8 Mio. Euro gefördertes EU-Projekt soll die Früherkennung von Hirntumoren verbessern
Auf welcher Ebene entscheidet das Gehirn, welche Informationen zusammengehören und für uns wichtig sind?
Scientists identify genes that cause the parasitism in a group of intestinal worms
Klaus Scheffler erhält eine Förderung der Alzheimer Forschung Initiative e.V.
International group of scientists calls for common sense in the application of high-precision genome-editing methods
Scientists of the Department for Protein Evolution at the MPI for Developmental Biology discover a new Fiber Structure
New roundworm species discovered by German scientists on Réunion
Scientists of the MPI for Intelligent Systems research autonomous robots.
Scientists of the MPI for Intelligent Systems teach Computers how to see
Max Planck scientists identify fragments of proteins that already existed billions of years ago
MPI group leader Goran Angelovski develops new magnetic resonance contrast agents
Gold particles allow to stain neuropeptides and visualize neurons in the brain’s wiring diagram
Scientists at the Max Planck institute for Developmental Biology analyze the dynamics of HI-virus adaptation
Was uns das Ziehen an einem Seil über die Kooperationsbereitschaft eines anderen sagt
Inauguration of the Max Planck ETH Center for Learning Systems in Tübingen on Nov. 30, 2015
Tübingen, November 16, 2015. The Max Planck Institute (MPI) for Developmental Biology in Tübingen, Germany, is delighted that Ruth E. Ley, Ph.D., has accepted the institute’s call as Director. Ley will head her new department in...
Plant toxins block histone deacetylases of neighboring plants and influence their growth negatively
Tübingen, November 3rd, 2015. A DNA sample thought to show prehistoric trade in cereals is most likely from modern wheat, according to new research led by the Max Planck Institute for Developmental Biology. A cooperation of...
Im ultrahohen Magnetfeld lässt sich die Gehirnaktivität genauer nachweisen
Der Attempto-Preis 2015 des Universitätsbunds Tübingen geht an Dr. Amalia Papanikolaou vom Max-Planck-Institut für biologische Kybernetik
Ein im September 2015 gestartetes EU-Projekt soll die MRT-Diagnostik von neurologischen und psychiatrischen Krankheiten verbessern
The German National Academy of Sciences Leopoldina bestows the Mendel Medal upon its Member Detlef Weigel, Director at the Max Planck Institute for Developmental Biology, Tübingen.
The prototype of the newly developed cable robot was presented in the course of an international conference at the Max Planck Institute for Biological Cybernetics in Tübingen, Germany
Researchers at the Max Planck Institute for Intelligent Systems unveil the world’s first high-resolution 4D body scanner and software to model detailed soft-tissue motion
Preisgekrönter Abschluss einer erfolgreichen Ausbildung am Max-Planck-Institut für Entwicklungsbiologie
Die hoch dotierte Auszeichnung des Europäischen Forschungsrats geht an einen Forschungsgruppenleiter des Max-Planck-Institutes für biologische Kybernetik
Das Max-Planck-Institut für biologische Kybernetik beteiligt sich mit einem Exponat an der MS Wissenschaft
Max Planck scientists delve deep into the ancient signaling pathways of the nervous system
Top representatives of machine learning and young scientists from around the world come together at the Max Planck Campus
The Science2Start programme is geared towards scientists interested in founding start-ups and helps putting their business ideas in the field of life sciences into practice.
Max-Planck-Wissenschaftler finden heraus, wie wir das Ortsgedächtnis nutzen
The protein Nup153 plays an essential role in the formation of nuclear pores
"Forschen für Gesundheit" - mit diesem Banner unterstrich das Institut die Bedeutung der Grundlagenforschung für die Medizin
Otto Hahn Medal for Jakob Zscheischler
Class for engineering science
Max-Planck-Wissenschaftler nutzen lebensgroße 3D-Avatare zur Körperwahrnehmung
Max-Planck-Forscher beteiligen sich an einem neuen transregionalen Sonderforschungsbereich
Dong-Seon Chang gewinnt das Deutschland-Finale vom ScienceSlam „FameLab“ in Karlsruhe
Nikos Logothetis hat sich aus persönlichen Gründen dazu entschlossen, seine Forschung an Primaten nicht fortzusetzen, obwohl er sie für unverzichtbar hält.
Vision of „Robotics Valley“ in the Neckar-Region
Probabilistic Numerical Methods assign Uncertainty to Deterministic Computations
Max Planck scientist Dr. Birte Höcker receives ERC Consolidator Grant
Two scientists at the Friedrich Miescher Laboratory receive prestigious European research grants
Andreas Geiger has been awarded the KIT Doctoral Award
From nano to macro: intelligent systems research on all levels
The robot "Athena" carries new impulses for robotics research in its luggage
The new technology (MoSh) will help animators jump the “Uncanny Valley” by turning a few moving dots into detailed body shapes that jiggle and deform like real humans
KIT-Zentrum für Mobilitätssysteme zeichnet Doktorarbeit von Andreas Geiger aus
Die höchste Auszeichnung des Freistaats Bayern ehrt herausragende Leistungen auf dem Gebiet von Wissenschaft und Kunst
2014 Milner Award Lecture by Professor Bernhard Schölkopf
An overzealous immune system can be deadly
Success story of an evolutionary invention
Stau auf den Straßen ist Alltag für viele. Ein zukünftiger Ausweg: Den Individualverkehr auf die Luft ausdehnen.
BOLD signals in functional magnetic resonance imaging do not always reflect what nerve cells are doing
Program predicts the development of influenza viruses
Klaus Tschira Award 2014 for Science Communication in the field of Computer Science
Max Planck paper observes temperature variability across the world
MPI FÜR ENTWICKLUNGSBIOLOIGE UND MPI FÜR BIOLOGISCHE KYBERNETIK
Computerphile shows the facilities of the Cyberneum
At least two regions of the brain decide what we perceive
Functional magnetic resonance images reflect input signals of nerve cells
Max Planck scientists uncover how beautiful color patterns can develop in animals
2b.AHEAD THINK!TANK Future Congress 2014
Bernhard Schölkopf receives award for outstanding achievement in computer science
Carl Johann Simon-Gabriel receives PhD scholarship by Google for his research on Causal Inference
Similarities between proteins reveal that their great diversity has arisen from smaller building blocks
Shifting the paradigm: pioneering research network in learning systems established between MPI-IS and ETH Zürich - first summer school took place in June
Leading scientists from Korea and Germany will discuss the state-of-the-art in neuroscience applications. Topics include brain-computer-interfaces, imaging methods, and cognitive algorithms.
Marlene Holder is awarded the Otto Hahn Medal of the Max Planck Society
Tübingen hosts an International Workshop in a trend-setting research field of combined Neuro- and Computerscience
Scientists of the Max Planck Institute are studying the visual system of marine annelids to gain insights into the evolution of eyes
Researchers uncover why there is a mapping between pitch and elevation.
Bielefeld neuroscientists present a new bodily illusion
Andrei N. Lupas receives his own personalized protein structure containing his name
Max Planck Institutes in Tübingen are participating in the Girls'Day 2014
Awards go to the Max Planck Campus in Tuebingen, Germany
Future technologies to help change the environment and self-perception of airline passengers
Colourful guppy males have the highest number of offspring
Bielefeld neuroscientists present a new bodily illusion
ICCV Helmholtz Price honors Michael J. Blacks basic research paper calculating the „Optical Flow“
Prof. Dr. Karsten Borgwardt receives the Alfried Krupp Förderpreis
A devious evolutionary path between genetics and environment
Max Planck researchers in Tübingen find that cells keep noise down to protect their safety
Tuebingen, October 31st, 2013. Prof. Dr. Detlef Weigel from the Max Planck Institute for Developmental Biology in Tübingen, Germany, receives one of the coveted ERC Advanced Grants, awarded by the European Research Council....
INNS Young Investigator Award für Prof. Dr. Jan Peters
Five Scientists received the Klaus Tschira Prize for Generally Understandable Science 2013 - Philipp Berens in the field of Neuroscience
This year’s Karl Lohmann Award and DGHM Graduation Award go to researchers from Tübingen, Germany
To bloom or not to bloom? Max Planck researchers discover how flowering time is affected by temperature
Art exhibition "Farbklänge" at the Max Planck House from September 20 to November 22, 2013
Around 500 scientists will meet for the international Bernstein Conference 2013 at the University of Tübingen.
Researchers from the FML in Tübingen resolve how a plant steroid hormone makes plants grow
Tuebingen, July 22, 2013. Prof. Dr. Detlef Weigel leads Europe's ranking of most-cited authors among plant scientists. This article refers to a ranking of the Lab Times magazine and only exists in German. If you have further...
Biologists in Tübingen name a newly discovered threadworm after physicist Max Planck
Tuebingen, July 01, 2013. This article is only available in German. For further information, please contact the PR Officers of the Max Planck Institutes for Intelligent Systems or Developmental Biology. About us The Max...
Art exhibition at the Max Planck House from June 29 to August 8, 2013
Christiane Nüsslein-Volhard takes over the chair of the highest German order of merit for science and art
Financial cornerstone for two young scientists
The Cyberneum of the Max Planck Institute for Biological Cybernetics will celebrate its reopening on the 20. June 2013.
Rodents move their eyes in opposite directions, thereby always keeping an eye on the airspace above them
An international team of scientists reveals that a unique strain of potato blight they call HERB-1 triggered the Irish potato famine of the mid-nineteenth century.
Max Planck Institutes oin Tübingen are participating in the Girls' Day
Ulrike Renner presents her photographies at the Max Planck Haus.
Max-Planck-researchers study the life-cycle of marine ragworms
Patrick Müller is one of eight awardees of the Career Development Award granted by the Human Frontier Science Program (HFSP).
Award for the best European PhD thesis in 2012 in robotics for former PhD student at the Max Planck Institute for Intelligent Systems.
The Max Planck House shows the painting of Marietta Witzgall
Only when light, age and energy conditions are right do plants flower
Significant award for robotics research for young scientist
Changing the order in which presynaptic and postsynaptic cells are repeatedly activated can change what a mammalian visual cortex neuron communicates to downstream neurons
Scientists from Tübingen compare neuronal network connections in two worm species
Tübinger researchers have now shown how the weight of individual neurons in the decision-making process can be reconstructed.
Photographic art "In the rhythm of light" - Exhibition from 18th January to 1st March 2013
In the Magnetic Resonance Center high-resolution images of the brain help to diagnose cancer
Tübinger neurophysiologists develop new method to study widespread networks of neurons responsible for our memory.
The artist Brigitte Wagner is presenting prints and watercolors
Tübingen and Berlin scientists investigate pathogens by help of solid-state nuclear magnetic resonance spectroscopy – Publications in 'Nature Methods' and 'Nature Scientific Reports'
A phosphate switch to fine-tune the protein production in the cells
Tübinger scientists reveal laminar differences in neurovascular coupling between positive and negative BOLD responses.
Max Planck scientists show that, contrarily to what was previously believed, speed is overestimated in fog
Standortagentur präsentiert Region Neckar-Alb in Italien
Fulvia Bono, Wolfram Antonin and Michael Hothorn receive competitive European research funding
Annette Janle is presenting her pictures at the Max Planck House.
First Valentino Braitenberg Award goes to the Israeli neuroscientist Moshe Abeles
The Max Planck Institute for Biological Cybernetics will be participating in the Germany-wide "Maus" Open Door Day
Max Planck scientist investigates the evolutionary model of Muller’s ratchet
The former Max Planck Research Group Leader at the Friedrich Miescher Laboratory continues his work on chromosomal biology
"Layers" - Ingrid Krüger shows her works of art at the Max Planck House
Statistical models help to unravel neural coding
British institution recognizes her outstanding work in genetics
New findings support the view that the content of consciousness is not localised in a unique cortical area
Max Planck scientists discover brain cells in monkeys that may be linked to self-awareness and empathy in humans.
Former PhD student of the Department of Biochemistry at the Max Planck Institute for Developmental Biology wins award for his thesis
Exhibition „Similar in the dissimilar“
During the Girls’ Day 16 girls will get an insight in the research concerning the brain conducted at the Max Planck Institute for Biological Cybernetics.
Funded in the area of the ‘Future and Emerging Technologies’ programme, SICODE will open new perspectives for patients affected by paralysis and motor disabilities
Project funding by the Human Science Frontier Program in the life sciences
Scientists from Tübingen discovered new functions of brain regions that are responsible for seeing movement
How dermcidin, a natural antibiotic found in sweat, affects microorganisms
Alumni Association of the European Molecular Biology Laboratory honors former postdoctoral fellow
Exhibition "step by step" with new works of the artist
Scientists have now discovered how different brain regions cooperate during short-term memory
Managing Director of the Max Planck Institute for Developmental Biology receives award for groundbreaking research in RNA biology
Expression of the close relations to the University of Tübingen
How the brain merges together sights and sounds
A new visual illusion has shed light on a long-standing mystery about how the brain works out the 3D shapes of objects.
Piano practicing finetunes the brain circuitries that temporally bind signals from our senses
Brain imaging experiments uncouple two apparently intimately connected mental processes
Uta Albeck presents her pictures at the Max Planck House
Ciliary beating of Platynereis gives insights into an ancestral state of nervous system evolution
Research about genes and brain - to see, hear and participate
First comprehensive inventory of epigenetic changes over several generations shows that these often do not last and therefore probably have limited effects on long-term evolution.
Marco Todesco erhält Auszeichnung der Deutschen Botanischen Gesellschaft
Professorship awarded to research group leader Karsten Borgwardt
Thanks to its flexible genome the plant can adapt to various environmental conditions
A symposium on behalf of the 60th birthday and pioneering contributions to perception and Cognition research of Professor Heinrich H. Bülthoff
Specific nerve cells process vocal information from conspecifics
With the help of computer simulations and prototypes Max Planck researchers are trying to enhance the communication in human and multi-robot interactions.
The development of identical egg laying organs of two nematode species is regulated by different signaling pathways
Scottish institution recognizes of her major contributions to the understanding of embryogenesis
Max Planck Scientists can image the processing of information deeper in the cortex with the help of a new multiphoton microscope design
Minister Theresia Bauer emphasizes the importance of freedom in fundamental research
Human-Machine-Interface: The new EU-Project "myCopter"
Press release of the Friedrich Miescher Laboratory and the University of Tübingen - New information from fission yeast provides clues for research on cancer treatments
Hans-Jürgen Sesterheim presents his graphics at the Max Planck House
PhD thesis about the natural variation of plants wins award
What are the mechanisms that are responsible for the adaptive variation of plants and what role do they play in speciation?
[Translate to English:] Strukturiertes Doktorandenprogramm mit interdisziplinärer Ausrichtung
Using a simple mathematical model originating from theoretical physics, scientists are able to capture complex properties of neuronal population activity
The next time you are in Pisa, try looking at its tower from a different perspective
Extensive network of brain areas in macaques responds to faces
A mechanism for stabilising the development of the plant organism
Despite being closely related to the lyre-leaved rock cress, the thale cress has a considerably smaller genome
Nanna Bauschert-Engel presents her collages at the Max Planck House
Director of the Max Planck Institute has been awarded the 2011 Max Planck Research Award
Max Planck Society establishes highly innovative research facility for "Intelligent Systems" in Baden-Württemberg
Detlef Weigel will hold a talk for the supporting initiative of the botanical garden of the University of Tübingen
Altrud Nitschke presents oriental brush paintings in the Max Planck Haus
The Painter Mark Krause painted live to the music of Frédéric Chopin und Claude Debussy, while Nino Shervashidze played the piano.
The Painter Mark Krause will paint live to the music of Frédéric Chopin und Claude Debussy - At the Piano: Nino Shervashidze
„Protein Design“ erregt Aufmerksamkeit nationaler und internationaler Wissenschaftsakademien
Tübingen scientists use image processing effects to decipher brain functions
The Max Planck House in Tübingen presents paintings from Mark Krause
Just because the temperature change in the tropics is small doesn't mean the biological impacts will be small
Scientists discovered, how our brain extracts signals from the retinal images in order to identify our surroundings
3rd Workshop for Young Researchers on Human-Friendly Robotics
Neuroscientists from Max Planck Institute in Tübingen discovered new possibilities for electrical stimulation of the brain
Detlef Weigel, Director at the Max Planck Institute for Developmental Biology in Tübingen, inducted into the Royal Society of London this week.
Max Planck researchers have uncovered an ingenious evolutionary trick: a signalling chain is allocated several functions, enabling optimal adaptation to environmental conditions
PhD Student from Tübingen wins international award.
Tübingen, June 28th, 2010. Dirk Linke (37), a project leader at the Max Planck Institute for Development Biology, has officially habilitated on the 23rd of June, 2010 in the department of Biology of the University of Tübingen in...
Max Planck scientists investigate the way faces are recognized
Stem cell researchers from Heidelberg and Tübingen (Germany) elucidate complex interaction between auxin and cytokinin
Christiane Nüsslein-Volhard, director at the Max Planck Institute for Developmental Biology, has been elected into the French Academy of Sciences.
Scientists from Tübingen reveal an evolutionary dilemma: plants that are more resistant to disease grow more slowly and are less competitive than susceptible relatives when enemies are rare.
The Max Planck House is showing paintings of Ingrid Krüger.
Tübingen. May 21st 2010. Detlef Weigel, Director at the Max Planck Institute for Developmental Biology in Tübingen, is one of eight foreign members who have been elected to the Royal Society of London this year. The Royal Society...
Réunion is to Ralf Sommer and Matthias Herrmann from the Max Plank Institute for Developmental Biology in Tübingen what the Galápagos Islands were to Charles Darwin. The island in the Indian Ocean is where the biologists are...
Two biologists from Tübingen are involved in a new DFG priority program
The flight simulator Heli Trainer will be presented exclusively at the ILA fair in Berlin.
Looking back at the day
The Max Planck House is showing paintings of Helga Mayer.
At the Max Planck Campus in Tübingen girls turn for one day into scientists and boys into service providers in kitchen, administration and press office. Major of Tübingen, Boris Palmer, will be looking over the girl's shoulders.
Tübingen-based developmental geneticists research organ development in the plant embryo
This symposium will provide an excellent opportunity for experts from various disciplines to gather and discuss the basic methodological aspects in molecular imaging and its future perspectives.
An art exhibition on the Max Planck Campus Tübingen
Director at the Max Planck Institute for Developmental Biology in Tübingen is honored for his work in the field of plant genetics / His results allow predictions on how wild as well as agricultural plants will adapt to climate...
German and British scientists proofed, that we move faster when we react to something than we do when we initiate the action ourselves
Interconnected networks of neurons process information and give rise to perception by communicating with one another via small electrical impulses known as action potentials.
Max Planck Scientists discovered how certain hormones control aspects of root branching in plants
Nino Shervashidze received one of the most prestigious awards in Machine Learning, the NIPS Outstanding Student Paper Award 2009.
An art exhibition on the Max Planck Campus Tübingen
German researchers have discovered a novel mechanism for gene regulation
US-German team measures how quickly genomes change
Moving pictures are more suitable to interpret the mood of a person than a static photograph.
For the very first time, scientists have shown what EEG can really tell us about brain functioning
A new generation of flight simulators will attempt to make air traffic safer
Tiny laser-scanning microscope images brain cells in freely moving animals
This article is only available in German language.
Their image of two-day-old zebrafish larvae convinced the jury.
On Saturday, October 17th, 2009, from 2 pm the Max Planck Institutes for Developmental Biology and Biological Cybernetics will open their doors and present their research highlights.
A duplicated gene provides the mirror carp with a back-up copy that protects against the effects of mutations and ensures sparse squamation.
Dirk Linke (37) has been awarded the Advancement Award of the German Society for Hygiene and Microbiology (Deutsche Gesellschaft für Hygiene und Mikrobiologie, DGHM)
A newly discovered signaling pathway ensures that plants remember to flower – even without positive signals from the environment.
Scientists from Tübingen, Germany, show that people really walk in circles when lost
Global rice research community provides critical tools to unravel the diversity of rice
The Friedrich Miescher Laboratory celebrates forty years of successful research
Press release only available in German
Article only available in German.
Detlef Weigel and Nikos Logothetis have been elected to the American National Academy of Sciences
Article only available in German
Benjamin Schlager, PhD student in Ralf Sommers group at the Max Planck Institute for Developmental Biology in Tübingen, received the prize for his studies on the development of the nematode vulva.
Scientists at the Max Planck Institute for Developmental Biology are on the scent of the structure of proteins and nucleic acids
Scientists in Tübingen have proven for the first time that widely-distributed networks of nerves in the brain can fundamentally reorganize as required.
Humans and monkeys are experts in face recognition making them even more akin than previously thought.
A new photo exhibition in the Max Planck House
A genetic defect in the flowering plant Arabidopsis thaliana proves to be a viable model for studying the basic principles of neurodegenerative illnesses.
February 12, 1809 – Birthday of Charles Darwin
A molecular parasite could play an important role in human evolution
Scientists discover a conserved signaling module controlling the formation of dauer or infective larvae in nematodes
Researchers unravel how the very first eyes in evolution might have worked and how they guide the swimming of marine plankton towards light
A syposium and a "Faculty Club" shall support networking and bundle strengths
The first German female scientist to win the nobel prize for medicine is now Mercator Professor 2008 at the University Duisburg-Essen: Biologist Prof. Dr. Christiane Nüsslein-Volhard (66). She is renowned for her research on...
From October 27th to December 19th the Max Planck Guest House is showing the textile artwork of Gisela Weigand. In her exhibition "Textilbilder" she is showing her large-sized collages that were inspired by biological structures.
Göttingen, October 27, 2008. An interdisciplinary team of scientists from the Max Planck Institutes of Biophysical Chemistry (Göttingen), Biochemistry (Martinsried), Developmental Biology (Tübingen) and Biological...
Scientists from Diverse Set of Disciplines and Regions Receive $100,000 Each to Explore Bold, Untested Projects
Researchers report the simultaneous completion of the first genomes of wild Arabidopsis thaliana strains as part of the 1001 Genomes Project.
Gerd Jürgens was appointed director at the Max Planck Institute for Developmental Biology.
German-American plant evolution biologist wins MacArthur Award.
Molecular biologists from Tübingen have discovered how the growth of leaves and the aging process of plants are coordinated
Molecular biologists have decoded the genome of a nematode living in beetles
Volkmar Braun, Max Planck Fellow at the Max Planck Institute for Developmental Biology, was selected to become a member of the German Acadamy of Sciences Leopoldina.
Leopoldina is now Germany's first national academy of sciences.