At our institute, we are investigating how molecules interact to perform a wide variety of tasks - in living nature, but also fundamentally. We are convinced that great discoveries are possible when scientists from different disciplines – such as biology, physics, and chemistry – work together and openly exchange their ideas.
How does a human being develop? What happens if something goes wrong in oocyte development? Melina Schuh has contributed important answers to these questions with her research. Today, she is awarded Germany’s most prestigious research prize for her achievements. (in German)
The German Society of Developmental Biologists (GfE) honors Herbert Jäckle, Emeritus Director at the MPI for Biophysical Chemistry, for his lifetime achievement with the Klaus Sander Prize. (in German)
The Max Planck Institute for Dynamics and Self-Organization, the GWDG, and our institute form the Max Planck Campus Göttingen. Here, employees and guests find various offers such as child care, a canteen, and a library.