There are several talks and events taking place on the Max Planck Campus, for scientists and students as well as for general audiences. Not only our own scientists, but also well-known guests from all over the world are presenting up-to-date research from different fields of the life sciences, e.g. neurobiology, cognitive sciences, cell biology, genetics and bioinformatics. Learn more about our series of scientific lectures...
11 entries found
Department of Genome Sciences
University of Washington
Title: "Deep molecular and cellular phenotyping of zebrafish development at whole organism scale"
Prof. Dr. Dieter Braun
Title: "Recreating first steps of Life using non-equilibrium and 2’,3’-Nucleotides"
Justin Michael Crocker
Gene regulation during evolution and development
Title: "Multidimensional Approach to Decoding the Mysteries of Animal Development"
Professor of Psychology and Neuroscience, Columbia University
Dept. of Integrative Biology
Title: "Harnessing the plant phyllosphere as a model microbiome and towards sustainable agriculture"
Speaker: Dr. Stefanie Böhm
"More than just reading papers- on becoming scientific editor at The EMBO Journal"
Prof. Gilles Laurent, Ph.D.
Neural Systems Department
MPI for Brain Research, Frankfurt a. M.
Prof. Dr. Gregory Velicer
Dept. of Environmental System Science
Prof. Dr. Patrick Cramer
Dept. of Genome Transcription and Regulation
MPI for Multidisciplinary Sciences
Title: "How genes are switched on"