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New mathematical model: How dangerous bacteria form colonies

Disease-causing microbes as well as cancer cells gang together to form larger structures - and only then become dangerous to humans. Scientists at the…

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We are looking for a Technical Assistant!

The research focus of our Biological Optomechanics Division is the elucidation of biophysical and biomechanical processes at the molecular, cellular…

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We're looking for a Data Analyst!

The Biological Optomechanics Division at the Max Planck Institute for the Science of Light is looking for a

Data Analyst / Machine Learning for…

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Partial demolition of the HuPfla starts

With construction companies having finished securing the so-called Mittelrisalit - the protruding central part of the building - demolition work on…

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Symbolic ground-breaking ceremony for the new Max-Planck-Zentrum für Physik und Medizin in Erlangen

First Mayor Florian Janik and representatives of University Hospital, University, and Max Planck Institute emphasise the importance for the research…

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We're looking for a student worker!

The Biological Optomechanics Division at the Max Planck Institute for the Science of Light is looking for a

Student Worker (m/f/d)

Temperature…

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