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Dipl.Ing.agr. Ursula  Ross-Stitt
Dipl.Ing.agr. Ursula Ross-Stitt
Head of Public Relations
Phone:+49 331 567-8310
Dr. Björn Plötner
Dr. Björn Plötner
Public Relations
Phone:+49 331 567-8275

Parental leave substitute for Dr. Ulrike Glaubitz

Dr. Ulrike Glaubitz
Dr. Ulrike Glaubitz
Public Relations

MPI für Molekulare Pflanzenphysiologie

Currently on parental leave

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Pimp your Brain!

In the video series "Pimp your brain!" scientists explain techniques they use in the labs and what simple but genius ideas are hiding behind complicated science terms.

Pimp your brain!

In the video series "Pimp your brain!" scientists explain techniques they use in the labs and what simple but genius ideas are hiding behind complicated science terms.

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Medalled: Professor Ralph Bock awarded with the Martin Gibbs Medal

July 05, 2017
The director of the Max Planck Institute of Molecular Plant Physiology established new directions in plant science [more]

Research highlights from our yearbook

June 22, 2017
The yearbook of the Max Planck Society illustrates the research carried out at our institutes. We selected a few reports from our 2017 yearbook to illustrate the variety and diversity of topics and projects. [more]

Growth or Defence 

November 02, 2016
How plants set their priorities [more]

Sun protection for plants

August 22, 2016
Plant substances can protect plants against harmful UV radiation [more]

New insights into chalk mineralization 

August 04, 2016
How does calcareous algae develop nanostructures? [more]

Marine microalgae: an address plaque for calcium

August 04, 2016
A biochemical mechanism controls which nanostructures are formed in calcite-forming microorganisms [more]

New plant engineering method could help fill demand for crucial malaria drug

June 14, 2016
A new and inexpensive technique for mass-producing the main ingredient in the most effective treatment for malaria, artemisinin, could help meet global demands for the drug, according to a study to be published in the journal eLife. [more]

Exemplary Photosynthesis

May 13, 2016
How could green algae improve our crop plants? [more]

Out of the Ocean

May 09, 2016
How algae convert sea water into chalk shells which allow insights into past and future [more]
 
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