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MPAA is starting a Book Club!

Join the launch of the MPAA Book Club and learn how to establish a book club for alumns. Recognizing the vast number of useful and interesting books available to help businesses and people succeed in the ever-changing digital world, MPAA is inaugurating a topical Book Club that provides a mandate to read books (including e-books) [...]

Knowledge Link through Art and Science (KLAS)

An artist in residency program of the Max Planck Society by Clara Martinez Perez Alumna MPI for Marine Microbiology “We are nature's unique experiment to make the rational intelligence prove itself sounder than the reflex. Knowledge is our destiny.” With these words(1), the mathematician and poet Jacob Bronowksi identifies one of the most powerful drives [...]

Nobel Prize for Chemistry to alumn Prof. Frank

It looks like a current trend to have at least one Max Planck researcher or alumn among the Nobel Prize winners every year. We are happy to congratulate Prof. Joachim Frank (Columbia University) for being awarded the Nobel Prize in the field of Chemistry, thanks to his work on cryo-electron microscopy. For those not familiar [...]

Strategic Planning survey

We believe that the success of our organisation relies on building a strong international network of current and former members of the Max Planck Society supported by services that encourage free and open communication across academic, industry as well as non-industry sectors. As a community, it is very important to set up a common mission and [...]

The First Annual Max Planck Symposium for Alumni and Early Career Researchers

The First Annual Max Planck Symposium for Alumni and Early Career Researchers – so much more than a networking opportunity photo credit: David Ausserhofer / MPG In late August this year, a networking symposium spanning almost the entirety of Max Planck based research took place in Berlin. In line with the definition of “networking” [...]