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Iqbal Latif Apr 19
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3.: , , , , , , 1900–1926 Quantum theory ripped apart classical physics to shreds. 4. : , 1915. General relativity ditched Newton’s law of gravity in favor of curved spacetime.
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Max Planck Society Jan 31
'The massive crash in populations shows that something is very wrong': researchers in support of the referendum on believe the proposed legal reforms could prevent further reductions in & fauna
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Sietske Fransen Jan 30
2 *JOBS*: 1 postdoc (2 years), 1 PhD (1 year) in my research group Visualizing Science in Media Revolutions at the . Please spread widely, apply, and contact me if you have questions!
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MPI-BPC Feb 22
: Tomorrow, our institute will host a symposium in honor of our institute’s founder and . Speakers: Herbert Jäckle and Erwin Neher of , Eigen’s close colleague Peter Schuster of , and president Martin Stratmann.
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Matthias Egger Dec 3
Should fund more applied, impact-oriented research? has the answer.
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Tweets from WW1 Dec 10
German physicist is awarded the in 1918 for "his discovery of energy quanta"; German chemist Fritz Haber gets the in "for the synthesis of ammonia from its elements". No further Nobel Prize is awarded.
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Raccoon.World Feb 4
Meet new friend of Raccoon.Recovery - Toni Muffel! is in the final phase of PhD in clinical and makes researches in two largest scientifical institutes in Germany - and . Toni tested our solution and shared important insights!
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sinzlab Apr 2
Want to become a research group leader on machine learning in one of the hotspots in Europe? We have open positions! Come join us: and . Application deadline April 15th.
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Alessandra Soraya 🦋 Jan 18
Imagine all UNIVERSES would be a pure in a , our actually consists of is all more or less compressed, vibrating energy, there is neither dark MATTER, nor matter, nothing is solid. There are infinite levels of compression around us.
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DIPC Feb 28
New publication in by and DIPC researcher and associate , Luis Elkoro from and researchers from , and () introduces a catalogue to identify topological materials:
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Timothy Noel Mar 20
Thanks for organizing such a great event to honor ! I love the gifts we received as speakers, incl. chocolat and a book about the life of . It was also a great opportunity to meet Prof. Andreas Seidel-Morgenstern for the first time!
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Christian Dierks Feb 16
Really? No need for new legal solutions in ? : "A new scientific truth does not triumph by convincing its opponents and making them see the light, but rather because (...) a new generation grows up that is familiar with it."
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jp maney Mar 13
Old truths die with their believers. New truths triumph with new generations.
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Barbara Bulc Dec 17
Reimagining global organizations through anthropology and giving them a more human face, “Palaces of Hope edited by Ronald Niezen and Maria Sapignoli Institute for Social Anthropology. Thanks for sharing!
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Anahit Hovhannisyan Jan 16
Nice memories from the "Transeurasian millets and beans, language and genes" conference in Jena, at the Max Planck Institute of the Science of Human History. It was great to see my colleagues and friends I met at the in .
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Bristol University Mar 28
Professor Imre Berger discusses how will not deter scientific endeavour to mark the launch of the new Centre for at the University of Bristol. 🔬🔬
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Intelligent Systems Mar 28
Congratulations ! The Council is awarding an Advanced Grant to our Director, a leading researcher in the field of small-scale and soft :
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Bradley Williams Jan 30
"Scientific and scientific have been achieved only by those who have gone in pursuit of it without any practical purpose whatsoever in view." — . Thanks for the quote . I wonder if his opinion is as popular today?
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Space Trends Apr 10
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Marjorie Orr Novels Dec 29
“Science cannot solve the ultimate mystery of nature. And that is because we ourselves are a part of the mystery that we are trying to solve.”
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