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hnisimasu Nov 10
Single-molecule movie of DNA search and cleavage by CRISPR-Cas9.
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Max Planck Society 8h
This giant holds no fear for arachnophobes! The Tarantula Nebula, a giant star factory containing over 800,000 stars, whose luminous filaments of dust look like lovely spider legs🕷️😉 via
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Max Planck Society 9h
The paradox of the translator’s invisibility: ‘When we hit, no one remembers; when we miss, no one forgets’. via
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Max Planck Society 19h
Replying to @sphericon
Eine spannende Frage, die wir gerne an unsere Primatenforscher in Leipzig weitergeben. Bis bald, mit freundlichen Grüßen aus München (ba)
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Nico Schuck 23h
We are looking for a research assistant in my lab at : . Come and join our team and learn about experimental cognitive neuroscience (lots of fMRI and modelling!)
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National Library 22h
There's sunsets and there's... none-sets. ( from our office)
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Max Planck Society Nov 21
Microbial resident with a twist: a symbiotic provides thistle beetles with the enzymes required to break down certain plant cell wall components
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Max Planck Society Nov 21
Songbirds, take note - you should maybe think of wintering in the south!☀️🐦Blackbirds that migrate south are more likely to survive the cold season than their conspecifics in central Europe via
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Iain Couzin Nov 20
Please RT: Fully funded PhD positions - come and study collective animal behaviour at the Max Planck in one of the most beautiful cities in Europe!
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Max Planck Society Nov 20
"We do not know why we are born into the world, but we can try to find out what sort of a world it is - at least in its physical aspects." The astronomer Edwin Hubble was born in 1889.
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Philipp Kanske Nov 19
Paradigm shift in the Max Planck Society - there is now a tenure track program for research group leaders as part of an initiative to support female scientists
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Max Planck Society Nov 20
Artistic practices and scientific research – how can they benefit one from the other? Workshop November 27-28 in / Golm
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Robert Macfarlane Nov 18
What an *astonishing* resource: two million wondrous nature illustrations made freely available by the Biodiversity Heritage Library. Yes. Images here: Background to the project here:
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Max Planck Society Nov 18
“A million bones won’t tell me what these images are telling me". Ancient stone carvings may just be the oldest depiction of , & they appear to be wearing leashes
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Research in Germany Nov 17
Interested in ? Take a look at this open position
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Max Planck Society Nov 17
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Max Planck Society Nov 17
Interesse an einer Wissenschaftskarriere bei Max Planck? Der neue Wegweiser kann als PDF heruntergeladen werden
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MPI-BPC Nov 17
To trim away a : researchers at and develop a new molecular tool to directly and rapidly destroy any protein in any cell type
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Max Planck Society Nov 16
To trim away a : researchers develop novel method that makes it possible for the first time to directly target almost any protein in any type of
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MaxPlanck-Innovation Nov 16
New webdesign in the family: well done to our colleagues at for making their website responsive & mobile friendly!😊
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