Latest Max Planck Society News

Strengthening European Research Area
Termite Symbiosis In Transition
Social online training helps against loneliness and depression
Mitosis Instead Of Meiosis
Variability In Human Body Vocabularies
Was Beethoven Unmusical?
Rhizobial Bacterium Helps Diatom To Bind Nitrogen
First Prize For Outstanding Science Communication
Neurons Spoil Your Appetite
Orangutan Treats Wound With Pain-relieving Plant
Do School Grades Influence Parental Support?
Frequent Disturbances Increased the Resilience of Past Populations
Clouds Blanket Night Side Of Hot Exoplanet WASP-43b
Fourth Mass Coral Bleaching
New International Doctoral Networks
Safer Alternative For Explosive Reaction
High Honour For Two Max Planck Scientists
New Name For Sustainable Future
Searching For Clues In Fly-by
Frustrated Jet In Centre Of Milky Way
Secret Knowledge Of Animals
High Ozone Levels Could Be Cause Of Insect Decline
Discovery Of First Fractal Molecule In Nature
Mysterious Object In Gap
When Did the Chicken Cross the Road? New evidence from Central Asia
How And Why Animals Can Live Alongside Humans
Do food and drink preferences influence migration flows?
Novo Nordisk To Acquire Cardior Pharmaceuticals
Cells Inherit Protection From Sunburn
Max Planck Society Presents Climate Action Plan
Human Activity on Curaçao Began Centuries Earlier Than Previously Believed, Study Finds
Learning From Conspecifics
Early life adversity leaves long-term signatures in baboon DNA
Ancient genomes reveal Down Syndrome in past societies
Cultural evolution of collective property rights
Schema therapy is effective for treating severe depression
Batene receives Max Planck-Startup Award
Do apes have humor?
What Might Reduce Crime Does Not Reduce Fear of Crime
More heart attacks in rural areas
Statement of the Max Planck Society about Prof. Ghassan Hage
Support project for students in Turkey and Syria in earthquake-affected regions 
2023 – year of climate extremes
Electronic music with human rhythm
Homo sapiens already reached northwest Europe more than 45,000 years ago
Identify, engage, assassinate: How seahorse-like toxins kill insects
X-ray image of half universe
Green steel from toxic red mud