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

Social Media

Newsletter & Subscription

If you want to subscribe to our newsletter, please use this form.

The service is free of charge and you can cancel your subscription at any time. To maintain the newsletter we use the email service cleverreach This is a Germany-based company and ensures that your data are handled with care and in accordance to strict German data protection standards as well as the European data protection directive. For more information, see here.

Press Releases: Research News & Institute News

The MPI-IE has both a responsibility and the great interest to communicate its research and findings. We aim to bring knowledge findings and questions from the laboratory to the public.

Here you find all news on research and about the institute. Use the left menu to separate between Research News and Institute News.


List is filtered with:

reset filter

The architect of genome folding

April 14, 2021
Epigenetic regulator HP1a drives de novo genome reorganization in early Drosophila embryos [more]

Interleukin-33 involved in immunity to SARS-CoV-2

April 09, 2021
Freiburg researchers dissect COVID-19 immunity of recovered patients [more]

Sulfur: the consequences

February 24, 2021
How sulfur metabolism may have paved the way for the evolution of multicellularity [more]

2021 International Day of Women and Girls in Science

February 11, 2021
Beyond the Borders: Equality in Science & Society [more]

Drop the stress

February 05, 2021
How protein condensation slows down gene activity and ensures the survival of stressed cells [more]

Double success

December 14, 2020
Asifa Akhtar and Volker Springel are honoured with the 2021 Leibniz Prize of the German Research Foundation [more]

Asifa Akhtar receives 2021 Leibniz Prize

December 10, 2020
Germany’s most prestigious research funding prize goes to Freiburg-based Max Planck researcher [more]

A gel for dosage compensation

November 18, 2020
The single X chromosome of male fruit flies can be just as active as the two X chromosomes of females thanks to two sticky molecules [more]
loading content
Go to Editor View