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125 years jubilee: ceremonial act at the MPI for Evolutionary Biology

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The Max Planck Institute for Evolutionary Biology consists of the three departments Evolutionary Ecology, Evolutionary Genetics and Evolutionary Theory. The fourth department Microbial Population Biology is currently building up.

It is focused on basic research to unravel general evolutionary processes, such as ecological adaptations, benefits of sexual reproduction or evolution of cooperation. The scope of the work includes ecological, organismic, molecular and theoretical approaches.
125 years Opening of the initial institute, the "Biological Station in Plön"100 years Affiliation to the Kaiser Wilhelm Society / Max Planck Society10 years Max Planck Institute for Evolutionary BiologyThese three jubilees are three good reasons to invite you on a little tour throughout the history of our institute. Our jubilee exhibition can be visited from June 24 until October 03, 2017.Welcome!

125 years of biological research in Plön

125 years Opening of the initial institute, the "Biological Station in Plön"
100 years Affiliation to the Kaiser Wilhelm Society / Max Planck Society
10 years Max Planck Institute for Evolutionary Biology

These three jubilees are three good reasons to invite you on a little tour throughout the history of our institute.

Our jubilee exhibition can be visited from June 24 until October 03, 2017.
Welcome!
Philipp Rausch, postdoc in the research group for "Evolutionary Genomics", receives the Otto Hahn Medal.With this prize, the Max Planck Society honours young scientists and researchers each year for outstanding scientific achievements.

Dr. Philipp Rausch receives Otto Hahn Medal

Philipp Rausch, postdoc in the research group for "Evolutionary Genomics", receives the Otto Hahn Medal.
With this prize, the Max Planck Society honours young scientists and researchers each year for outstanding scientific achievements.
 
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