Latest Max Planck Society News

Sixth sense of animals: an early warning system for earthquakes?
Using Epo against Covid-19
Electrons in fast lane
New team, new ideas
Betelgeuse – a giant with blemishes
Circular RNA makes fruit flies live longer
Mystery of solar cycle illuminated
3D printed Damascus steel
Young, but chronically diseased: One reason why COVID-19 Pandemic looks different in Global South
A black hole with a puzzling companion
Covid-19 lockdown reveals human impact on wildlife
Our deepest view of X-ray sky
Fungal pathogen disables plant defense mechanism
Annual report and yearbook 2019 published
“Digital contact tracing might be our best shot”
“I can now plan for a long-term research career in Germany”
Relationship of proteins
Strengthened research profiles, novel visions for future
What Does “Love Hormone” Do? It’s Complicated
Brothers in arms: brain and its blood vessels
From clickbait to transparency
Discovery of Oldest Bow and Arrow Technology in Eurasia
Mixture and Migration Brought Food Production to sub-Saharan Africa
Drought 2018: Warm springtime’s unwelcome legacy
Friedrich Bonhoeffer receives 2020 Gruber Neuroscience Prize
Cold plasma against coronavirus
A Tropical Disease in Medieval Europe Revises History of a Pathogen Related to Syphilis
Attack on autopilots
Helping damaged nerves to re-grow
Confirming Einstein’s most fortunate thought
Human presence weakens social relationships of wild giraffes
Humans disrupt giraffes’ social system
Max Planck ETH Center for Learning Systems extended by five years
Ancient Genomic Insights Into Early Peopling of Caribbean
A touch of gold and silver
“We pulled out all stops”
A mirror image of Earth and Sun
Microtransporter in an artificial blood vessel
Bacteria leave signature in colon cancer cells
Ancient Genomes Link Subsistence Change and Human Migration in Northern China
Extended Parenting Helps Young Birds Grow Smarter
Heightened Interaction Between Neolithic Migrants and Hunter-Gatherers in Western Europe
New awards to enable ‘quantum’ leaps in research
Human Mobility and Western Asia’s Early State-Level Societies
“The only things you want to conserve are things you know”
Constant addition of nutrients into our ecosystems is depleting biodiversity
Green production of mandelic acid
Quarantine without protection