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Dr. Andreas Geiger, Leiter der Max-Planck-Forschungsgruppe "Autonomes Maschinelles Sehen". Bild: MPI-IS / W. Scheible.

Heinz Maier-Leibnitz-Preis für Andreas Geiger

By: Claudia Däfler 
Figure 1 From left to right: an annelid worm, a penis worm, and an acorn worm. These animals are very distantly related to each other but all have the stress hormone noradrenaline, previously known only to exist in vertebrates. Credit: John Gerhart acorn worm image; Mattias Hogvall penis worm image.

Two types of stress in the ocean

By: Nadja Winter 


Mar 27 2017 - Mar 27 2018

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Mar. 29
Pascale Cossart
Prof. Pascale Cossart
Bacteria-cell interactions Unit
Department of Cell biology and Infection
Institut Pasteur,...
03:00 pm, Max Planck House Lecture Hall
Apr. 05
Ada Yonath
Prof. Ada E. Yonath
Weizmann Institute of Science, Rehovot, Israel
03:00 pm, Max Planck House Lecture Hall
Apr. 06
Career Steps Opportunities 2017
Career Steps Opportunities will not only provide you with comprehensive information on our programmes and activities in the areas...
10:00 am, Max-Planck-Institut for Biological Cybernetics


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