Dr. Kerstin Mehnert
Dr. Kerstin Mehnert
Scientific Coordinator
Phone:+49 4522 763-233Fax:+49 4522 763-351

Press and Public Relations

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Mutual sabotage in parasites

February 10, 2016
When parasites in different developmental stages infect the same host, conflicts of interest develop between the parasites [more]
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The life story of stem cells

November 09, 2015
A model analyses the development of stem cell numbers in the human body [more]
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Genes for speciation

December 09, 2014
Regions in the genome cause infertility in some hybrids of house mouse subspecies [more]
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From single cells to multicellular life

November 06, 2014
Max Planck researchers capture the emergence of multicellular life in real-time experiments [more]
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Smiling builds trust

November 06, 2014
Smiles perceived as genuine promote cooperation [more]

Together we are strong – or insufferable

October 29, 2014
Everyone can have an impact on the dynamics of a group, particularly if they join forces with others [more]

Dietary changes in wild house mice quickly shift their intestinal microbiome composition

June 02, 2014
Understanding the reasons why intestinal bacterial communities differ between individuals and within individuals over time represent major challenges for microbiome researchers. Researchers at Kiel University and the Max Planck Institute for Evolutionary Biology in Germany reveal that the recent dietary history of house mice living in the wild is a major determinant of the type of bacterial community present in their gut at a given time. The article appeared on May, 27th 2014 in the online edition of “Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences”. [more]
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