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Environmental scandal in Chile

June 22, 2010
Göttingen scientist discovers hitherto unknown impacts of Chilean salmon farms on coastal ecosystem [more]
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Growing brain is particularly flexible

June 22, 2010
Max Planck scientists investigate how the brain changes during growth [more]
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Organized chaos gets robots going

January 17, 2010
Göttingen scientists develop an autonomous walking robot that flexibly switches between many different gaits by using "chaos control" [more]
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Turbulence around heat transport

December 03, 2009
Heat transport in the earth’s mantle and in the atmosphere is probably not as effective as previously thought [more]
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A new kind of counting

February 06, 2009
Göttingen-based scientists are developing a computer algorithm to solve previously unsolvable counting problems [more]
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Putting an end to turbulence

November 21, 2008
Whether in oil pipelines or city water mains - scientists from the Max Planck Institute for Dynamics and Self-Organization have discovered that turbulent flow is not stable [more]
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Why anyone can build a sandcastle

February 11, 2008
Researchers at the Max Planck Institute for Dynamics and Self-Organization in Göttingen unravel the complex structure of wet granulates [more]
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Two Brains - One Thought

January 31, 2007
Max Planck researchers in Göttingen have developed a method to identify possible wiring diagrams of a network based on its dynamics [more]
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A High-Speed Camera Records Turbulence

March 06, 2006
Max Planck researchers in Göttingen answer the decades-old question of how particles separate in turbulence [more]
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Trace the Money

January 25, 2006
Max Planck researchers in Goettingen find universal rules governing the way humans travel - a breakthrough for the mathematical prediction of the spread of epidemics [more]
 
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