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If you have any questions to the usage of our RSS feed, do not hesitate to contact our public relations officer.

Marcus Rockoff
public relations officer



RSS – quick access to our news

RSS (Really Simple Syndication) is an electronic news format, which is made available over so-called RSS Feeds. RSS Feeds enables up-to-date and frequently changing content (such as our research or institute news) to be made available in a highly compressed form so that you receive updates from websites without having to visit each site to see if there is new content. Thus, it brings the latest news directly to your computer or portable device. Everytime we publish new news items, thes are automatically and immediately pushed into the RSS Feed. Once you subscribed to the feed, you can see the key points relating to each new news item at a glance and then decide whether you want to read the full report on our website.

How can I read the RSS Feed?

To subscribe and to read an RSS Feed in the most cases your browser or email client is suffcient. All modern web browsers, such as Firefox and Internet Explorer or Safari, as well as email clients, such as Outlook, have this functionality already built-in. You can also use a special type of program, called RSS reader, instead.

sources of RSS Reader:

How can I subscribe to RSS feed and read the news items?


Copy the RSS feed address (URL above) into your RSS reader and add it as a new RSS service. Follow the instructions of the program or operator.

The MPI-IE News Feed

With the MPI-IE Newsfeeds, current research news from the different Departments as well as all institute news can be subscribed to and viewed with your browser. These RSS feeds are regularly updated and any RSS feeds you subscribe to will indicate when there is updated news available. For the German version of the RSS feed, please use: MPI-IE RSS Feed (German)

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