Displaying results 8 to 14 out of 137
20.07.2017 // Dissertation award from the Reinhold-und-Maria-Teufel-Foundation goes to Danelle Seymour (copy 1)

Former Max Planck PhD student honored for her PhD thesis in genetics and genomics of plants


26.06.2017 // Prestigious Otto Hahn Medal for young scientist

Manuela Kieninger is awarded the Otto Hahn Medal of the Max Planck Society


19.06.2017 // Wei Ding awarded Best Bioinformatics e-Poster Prize

PhD student receives prize for presentation of interactive computer program analyzing bacterial genomes


11.04.2017 // Roadshow Career Steps OPPORTUNITIES review

On 6 April the Roadshow Career Steps OPPORTUNITIES took place at the Max Planck Campus.


22.02.2017 // Regionale Forschungsallianz: 900.000 Euro Startkapital für Projekt zur Sicherung stabiler Erträge im Pflanzenanbau

Forscherverbund unter Federführung der Universität Hohenheim erhält Förderung aus Landesprogramm „Regionale Forschungsallianzen“ / Projektpartner: Universität Tübingen und Max-Planck-Institut für Entwicklungsbiologie Tübingen


01.02.2017 // Two types of stress in the ocean
Figure 1 From left to right: an annelid worm, a penis worm, and an acorn worm. These animals are very distantly related to each other but all have the stress hormone noradrenaline, previously known only to exist in vertebrates. Credit: John Gerhart acorn worm image; Mattias Hogvall penis worm image.

Tübingen researchers discover that many marine animals use the stress hormone noradrenaline


17.11.2016 // Ruth E. Ley im Interview bei Gert Scobel (3sat)
Dr. Ruth E. Ley, Direktorin am Max-Planck-Institut für Entwicklungsbiologie, live im Wissensmagazin scobel auf 3sat zu sehen (Urheber: Kirk McKoy Photography)

Das rätselhafte Leben in uns - TV-Sendung vom 17.11.2016


Displaying results 8 to 14 out of 137