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Three jubilees within the Max Planck Society

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The Max Planck Institute for Evolutionary Biology consists of the three departments Evolutionary Genetics, Evolutionary Theory and Microbial Population Biology.

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.
After a serious illness, Martin Kalbe died on May 5, 2018 at the age of only 53. "The death of Martin Kalbe deeply shocked us," says Managing Director Arne Traulsen, speaking for the entire staff of the institute. "Martin Kalbe was a great scientist, colleague and person. He has supported our institute on many levels for decades. For this we are deeply grateful to him. Our compassion goes to his family and relatives."

In memory of Martin Kalbe

After a serious illness, Martin Kalbe died on May 5, 2018 at the age of only 53.

"The death of Martin Kalbe deeply shocked us," says Managing Director Arne Traulsen, speaking for the entire staff of the institute.
"Martin Kalbe was a great scientist, colleague and person. He has supported our institute on many levels for decades. For this we are deeply grateful to him. Our compassion goes to his family and relatives."

On Friday, September 14, the Max Planck Institute for Evolutionary Biology in Plön is participating in the nationwide Max Planck Day:In the morning, it sends its scientists to schools in the surrounding to give a different and applied perspective on the topic of evolutionary biology.In the afternoon, it opens its doors to the general public.Teachers interested in the morning program are welcome to contact Maren Lehmann (lehmann@evolbio.mpg.de) until June 29th.

Max Planck goes school

On Friday, September 14, the Max Planck Institute for Evolutionary Biology in Plön is participating in the nationwide Max Planck Day:
In the morning, it sends its scientists to schools in the surrounding to give a different and applied perspective on the topic of evolutionary biology.
In the afternoon, it opens its doors to the general public.

Teachers interested in the morning program are welcome to contact Maren Lehmann (lehmann@evolbio.mpg.de) until June 29th.

 
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