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1 In the wild, chimpanzees are more motivated to cooperate than bonobos: When informing about a threat territorial chimpanzees are more motivated to cooperate than less territorial bonobos
2 Karra Named Max Planck Sabbatical Award Laureate | The Frederick S. Pardee School of Global Studies
3 Can some animals sense upcoming earthquakes? The answer appears to be yes
4 Postdoctoral Position in Computational Single-Cell Biology
5 How lab animals have fared in the coronavirus crisis
6 New team, new ideas
7 Mixture and migration brought food production to sub-Saharan Africa
8 DNA Linked to Covid-19 Was Inherited From Neanderthals, Study Finds
9 A fresh twist in chiral topology
10 Giant Starspots May Explain Bizarre Dimming of Betelgeuse | Astronomy
11 Using Epo to treat COVID-19
12 Statistical analyses of plant metabolites allow solid testing of plant defense theories
13 The sixth sense of animals: An early warning system for earthquakes?
14 Vegetarians are slimmer and less extroverted than meat eaters
15 Germany: Scientists test artemisia plant against coronavirus
16 PharmaFluidics technology aids Max Planck proteome research
17 Artemisia Annua Could Be Promising Treatment for COVID-19
18 Star Points: Bright, gigantic Betelgeuse has dimmed. Could it be a star spot?
19 Giant star spots likely cause of Betelgeuse dimming
20 Women follow pandemic rules more strictly than men
21 Former Harvard researcher who harassed postdoc sparks row at Italian institute
22 Circular RNA found to make fruit flies live longer
23 Fungal pathogen disables plant defense mechanism
24 COVID-19 lockdown reveals human impact on wildlife
25 Unpacking the two layers of bacterial gene regulation during plant infection
26 Three research groups, two kinds of electronic properties, one material
27 There's A Place On Earth Getting Cooler, Not Hotter. A New Study Sheds Light On Why
28 Strengthened research profiles, novel visions for future
29 Max Planck Team Completes Large Cross-Species Proteome Comparison
30 Scientists Find a 'Mirror Image' of Our Solar System
31 Modern day humans inherited DNA linked to Covid-19 from Neandarthals, claims study
32 Mothers ensure their offspring's success through epigenetics: Researchers discover that mother's active epigenetic modifications drive gene activation in the offspring
33 EPO doping drug appears to ease severe cases of COVID-19
34 Artemisia shows ‘promise’ against Covid-19 in lab tests, say researchers
35 When speech assistants listen even though they shouldn't
36 Social status, not size, determines reproductive success for female mountain gorillas
37 Researchers find 1,000 words that `accidentally` activate Alexa, Siri and Google
38 A Neanderthal woman from Chagyrskaya Cave: Neanderthals may have lived in very small groups, and genes expressed in the basal ganglia of their brains may have changed
39 Behavioral science perspectives on an alternative Internet: From clickbait to transparency: A better Internet
40 Are all vegetarians and vegans introverts?
41 David Radice named recipient of Department of Energy Early Career Award
42 How Many People Actually Have COVID-19? Significant Global Differences in Undetected Cases
43 Tandon Researchers Create Quadruped Robot
44 A new social role for echolocation in bats that hunt together
45 Rapid Destruction of Peatlands in Southeast Asia Adds to Climate Change
46 Berlin authorities placed children with pedophiles for 30 years
47 Astronomers listen to the Sun's sound waves to crack its mysterious cycle
48 Dolphins are teaching each other how to use shells to catch and eat fish
49 Plant extracts found to be active against SARS-CoV-2
50 A changing mating signal may initiate speciation in populations of Drosophila mojavensis: A male sex pheromone no longer produced represents a decisive mechanism for the evolution of new species
51 Discovery of oldest bow and arrow technology in Eurasia: New archaeological research demonstrates earliest projectile technology in the tropical rainforests of Sri Lanka
52 Why Earth has a stubborn spot that's cooling
53 Like humans, these big-brained birds may owe their smarts to long childhoods
54 ArtemiLife Inc. collaborates with Max Planck Institute against COVID-19
55 Scientists Declare an Unprecedented 'Anthropause' Due to The Pandemic
56 With an Internet of Animals, Scientists Aim to Track and Save Wildlife
57 OPINION: Africa in danger of losing Artemisia opportunity
58 Dolphins learn unusual hunting behavior from their friends
59 Ancient genomic insights into the early peopling of the Caribbean
60 Physicist Georg Woltersdorf appointed Max Planck Fellow -- research project on spintronics
61 The Anthropause: How the Pandemic Gives Scientists a New Way to Study Wildlife
62 The serious mistake that many continue to make with their smart speakers
63 Prestigious Max Planck Society conducts huge staff bullying survey
64 Scientists shed light on human causes of North Atlantic’s ‘cold blob’
65 Tropical trees are living time capsules of human history
66 Strong and ductile Damascus steels by additive manufacturing
67 Legendary Damascus steel 3D printed by varying temperature of layers
68 Betelgeuse's weird dimming caused by gigantic starspots
69 Scientists discover distant 'mirror image' of the Earth and the sun
70 Eta Carinae: Revolving binary stars whip up winds in space
71 Doctoral Student in Math Earns Top Post-Doc Placements at Max Planck Institute and Princeton
72 The Locust Plague in East Africa Is Sending Us a Message, And It's Not Good News
73 Who bought all the toilet paper? Study suggests who was most likely to stockpile during COVID-19
74 5200-year-old grains in the eastern Altai Mountains redate trans-Eurasian crop exchange
75 Remdesivir and Plasma May Be COVID-19 Cure, But Experts are Also Eyeing Epo
76 See how beautiful the universe looks in the X-ray wavelength
77 Up to half of foreign scientists at Max Planck institutes feel excluded
78 Astronomers spot first fast radio burst in the Milky Way
79 Postdoctoral Positions (m/f/d)
80 Turkish diaspora: How to turn a brain drain into brain gain
81 Brain Gene Tops the List for Making Humans, Human
82 Learning during lockdown
83 Animal rights conflict prompts leading researcher to leave Germany for China
84 The officer for animal research of the Max Planck Society explains new regulations
85 Astronomers still don’t know exactly what the sun is made of
86 Q&A: Doctoral students at Germany's Max Planck Society say recent troubles highlight need for change
87 Missouri S&T researchers help discover 'black neutron star' that changes astronomy
88 Pioneering new Max Planck Schools aim to attract Ph.D. students to Germany
89 New case of alleged bullying rocks the Max Planck Society
90 The Hidden Magnetic Universe Begins to Come Into View
91 Professor Studied How Elite Performers Reach the Top
92 Do you want to direct a research institute? Germany's Max Planck Society has hundreds of top jobs to fill
93 Specialized Telescope Proves a Binary Star Is a Very High-Energy Cosmic Particle Accelerator
94 Professor Frank Steglich receives the Fritz London Memorial Prize
95 Researchers Solve Structure of SARS-CoV-2 Viral Copy Machine
96 Beads made of boa bones identified in lesser Antilles
97 27-Year-Old Suspect Charged in Murder of Max Planck Institute Scientist
98 Max Planck Society hosts 'Images of Science' expo in Riyadh
99 3D Printing Damascus-like Steel
100 The facial expressions of mice