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Max Planck Society Public Projects

Max Planck Society Public Projects

The Homepage of the Max Planck Society provides detailed information about the organization of the Max Planck Society, research news, viewpoints, career opportunities and a broad range of further information.

Homepage of the Max Planck Society

The Homepage of the Max Planck Society provides detailed information about the organization of the Max Planck Society, research news, viewpoints, career opportunities and a broad range of further information.

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MaxPlanckForschung is the free German science magazine of the Max Planck Society. All articles are written in an informative and easy-to-read manner and are ideal for members of the general public who would like to keep informed about the latest developments in research. The magazine is published quarterly.If you want to have your own copy of the MaxPlanckResearch magazine (German and English) that provides an overview about all fields of reseach in the MPG you can subscribe – free of charge – on the MPG website.

MaxPlanckResearch

MaxPlanckForschung is the free German science magazine of the Max Planck Society. All articles are written in an informative and easy-to-read manner and are ideal for members of the general public who would like to keep informed about the latest developments in research. The magazine is published quarterly.

If you want to have your own copy of the MaxPlanckResearch magazine (German and English) that provides an overview about all fields of reseach in the MPG you can subscribe – free of charge – on the MPG website.
With its four-page information leaflets BIOMAX, GEOMAX and TECHMAX, the Max Planck Society would like to close the gap between the non-knowledge of basic research and the interest in the natural sciences of biology, chemistry, physics and geography. On www.max-wissen.de you can download free of charge teaching materials (in German).

www.max-wissen.de

With its four-page information leaflets BIOMAX, GEOMAX and TECHMAX, the Max Planck Society would like to close the gap between the non-knowledge of basic research and the interest in the natural sciences of biology, chemistry, physics and geography.

On www.max-wissen.de you can download free of charge teaching materials (in German). [more]
The Science Gallery in Berlin opened in 2011 as a flagship public relations initiative of the MPG. It shows temporary exhibitions, curated by the MPG. Asifa Akhtar and Thomas Jenuwein contributed to the exhibitions “Herzensangelegenheiten – Forschen für die Medizin der Zukunft” and “Expedition Zukunft”.

Max Planck Science Gallery

The Science Gallery in Berlin opened in 2011 as a flagship public relations initiative of the MPG. It shows temporary exhibitions, curated by the MPG. Asifa Akhtar and Thomas Jenuwein contributed to the exhibitions “Herzensangelegenheiten – Forschen für die Medizin der Zukunft” and “Expedition Zukunft”. [more]
The Science Tunnel is connected to the Science Gallery. It is a worldwide touring exhibition of the Max Planck Society. In 2012, the MPI-IE contributed images, texts and a video interview to explain “What is Epigenetics?”.

Max Planck Science Tunnel

The Science Tunnel is connected to the Science Gallery. It is a worldwide touring exhibition of the Max Planck Society. In 2012, the MPI-IE contributed images, texts and a video interview to explain “What is Epigenetics?”.
 
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