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Marcus Rockoff
Marcus Rockoff
Presse- und Öffentlichkeitsarbeit | public relations officer

presse@ie-freiburg.mpg.de

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Print Material

Brochures and the periodical Institute Reports offer a comprehensive and in-depth insight into the work and campus life at the Institute.

Institute Report (2014-2016)

Brochures and the periodical Institute Reports offer a comprehensive and in-depth insight into the work and campus life at the Institute.
Comprehensive overview over organisation, research groups and life in and around the MPI-IE.

Institute Report (2011-2013)

Comprehensive overview over organisation, research groups and life in and around the MPI-IE. [more]

News

News

The Max Planck Institute of Immunobiology and Epigenetics (MPI-IE) strives to make its scientific advances available to a broader public. This happens through regular research news, public events and in close collaboration with the Max Planck Society.
All information about recent scientific advances, awards and updates about the institute.

Press Releases

All information about recent scientific advances, awards and updates about the institute.
Brochures and the periodical Institute Reports offer a comprehensive and in-depth insight into the work and campus life at the Institute.

Broschures

Brochures and the periodical Institute Reports offer a comprehensive and in-depth insight into the work and campus life at the Institute.

Media Library

A growing selection of movies presents research and scientists at the MPI-IE.

Media Coverage

Selection of articles and pieces that cover the research of the MPI-IE.

Science & Society

The MPI-IE contributes to a variety of public activities of the Max Planck Society, such as exhibitions and videos projects.

RSS

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.

 
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