There are several talks and events taking place on the Max Planck Campus, for scientists and students as well as for general audiences. Not only our own scientists, but also well-known guests from all over the world are presenting up-to-date research from different fields of the life sciences, e.g. neurobiology, cognitive sciences, cell biology, genetics and bioinformatics. Learn more about our series of scientific lectures...
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Dr Estienne Swart
Research Group Leader, Ciliate genomics and molecular biology
Max Planck Institute for Developmental Biology
Title: "Genome organization and reorganization in cells with dimorphic nuclei"
Speaker: Dr. Jörg Braun, Scientist, Enabling Technologies, CureVac AG
Dr. James Lightfoot
Max-Planck Research Group Self-Recognition and Cannibalism
Centre of Advanced European Studies and Research (Caesar)
Title: "You are what you eat”- Self-recognition, killing and cannibalism in predatory nematodes
Dr. Elisabeth Bik
Harbers Bik LLC
Title: "Double Trouble: Inappropriate Image Duplications in Biomedical Publications"
Prof. Dr. Matthias Erb
University of Bern
Institute of Plant Sciences
Dr. Owen Davies
Wellcome Senior Research Fellow
Institute of Cell Biology
University of Edinburgh
Dr. Katherine Rogers
Müller Group - systems biology of vertebrate development and disease
Friedrich Miescher Laboratory
Title: "Investigating embryonic patterning with in vivo optogenetics"
Prof. Dr. Hinrich Schulenburg
Evolutionary Ecology Genetics
and Max-Planck Institute for Evolutionary Biology Ploen
Title: "Evolutionary interactions between the nematode C. elegans and its naturally associated microbes"
Prof. Dr. Claudia Köhler
Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences