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Cardiac arrhythmia: particularly healthy cells can be responsible

January 23, 2017
Scientists from the Max-Planck-Institute for Dynamics and Self-Organization, as well as from the German Center for Heart and Circulatory Research, have found a new mechanism which leads to atrial fibrillation and even sudden cardiac death due to cardiac arrhythmia. [more]
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Mobility of the future

January 18, 2017
Founding of the „Next Generation Mobility Group“ at the Max-Planck Institution for Dynamics and Self-Organization [more]
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Towards the synthetic neurobiology

November 30, 2016
Volkswagen Foundation promotes the innovative research approach of the theoretical neuroscientist Fred Wolf from the MPI for Dynamics and Self-organization with 100,000 euros [more]
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A life for physics and music

October 31, 2016
Theo Geisel, Director at the MPI for Dynamics and Self-Organization and founder of the Bernstein Center Göttingen has been honored on his retirement by a symposium given by his previous students. [more]
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Messaging by flow in the brain

July 08, 2016
Max Planck researchers visualize cilia-based networks in the brain, which could transport vital messenger substances [more]
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Wiring in the brain isn't arbitrary

June 15, 2016
Neuroscientist Markus Helmer from the Max Planck Institute of Dynamics and Self-Organization received Otto-Hahn-Medal of the Max Planck Society [more]
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Director Bodenschatz has been elected as a Fellow of the EPS

June 08, 2016
Professor Dr. Eberhard Bodenschatz, Director at the Max Planck Institute for Dynamics and Self-Organization, has been elected as a Fellow of the "European Physical Society" (EPS). With this award, the EPS honors Eberhard Bodenschatz’s contributions to the dynamics of pattern formation, thermal convection, and particularly to Lagrangian turbulence, his work as Editor in Chief of the New Journal of Physics (NJP), and his role promoting opportunities for European researchers. [more]
 
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