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05/23/2019
Post card for download

From A for Axion to Z for Z boson: The Max Planck Institute for Physics will be opening its doors to the public again from 10.00 a.m. to 5.00 p.m on June 1, 2019.

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05/14/2019
One of the detector modules in the CRESST experiment

A variety of astronomical and cosmological observations have now placed the existence of dark matter beyond dispute. However, no experiment has yet succeeded in establishing just what dark matter is made of. For many years, scientists have been seeking dark matter particles in various mass ranges....

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04/17/2019
Lena Funcke (Foto: privat)

Lena Funcke completed her doctorate at the Max Planck Institute for Physics at the age of just 23. For her outstanding doctoral thesis, she receives the Dieter Rampacher Prize, which is awarded annually by the Max Planck Society to its youngest doctoral researcher to obtain a PhD.

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03/21/2019
Artistic view of collisions in Belle II

The Belle II detector got off to a successful start in Japan. Since March 25, 2019, the instrument has been measuring the first particle collisions, which are generated in the modernized SuperKEKB accelerator. The new duo produces more than 50 times the number of collisions compared to its...

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12/17/2018
Prof. Dr. Stephan Paul leads the new Max Planck Fellow Group at the MPP (Photo: A. Heddergott/TUM)

A new research group will be launched at the Max Planck Institute for Physics (MPP) in early January 2019. Its main focus will be on the analysis of decay of the tau lepton, an elementary particle related to the electron. The “Tautology Project” will be led by Max-Planck Fellow Stephan Paul,...

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