Humboldt award winner at the Institute for Mathematical Stochastics
Dr. Vlada Limic researches about complex stochastic structures and processes
Saturn's Radiation Belts: A Stranger to the Solar Wind
The high energy proton population in the environment of Saturn develops independently of the solar wind - and thus in a...
Neuroscientist wins the German Primate Center Sponsorship Award
Benjamin Dann receives award for his research on neural networks
Deforestation linked to palm oil production is making Indonesia warmer
Göttingen experts on bioclimatology report effects on temperatures after changes in land use
DLR tests turbines for more environment-friendly aircraft
EU Project FACTOR
Rosetta reveals dust jet
When comet 67P emitted a jet of dust into space in July 2016, five instruments from the Rosetta spacecraft were able to...
EOM Youtube Channel
The MPI-MMG Research Group "Empires of Memory" inaugurated its Youtube Channel with a recording of Dr. Edhem Eldem’s...
CNMPB Nobel Lecture 2017: „Optical microscopy: the resolution revolution“
The Nobel Prize laureate from Göttingen, Prof. Dr. Stefan Hell talks about his revolutionary developments in the field of...
Droplets in the wake – how rain forms
Researchers at the Max Planck Institute for Dynamics and Self-Organization in Göttingen (Germany) have for the first time...
Algae with light switch
The adhesion of Chlamydomonas, a unicellular alga, to surfaces is light-dependent
University of Göttingen advances to next stage of Excellence Strategy competition
University can submit full proposals for four Clusters of Excellence
Binary Asteroid 288P: A Class of its Own
An object with the name 288P is the only known active asteroid comprising two separate components.