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Three Awards for Anica Till

August 12, 2013
Due to her excellent written work, Ms. Anica Till - trainee in the MPIA administration - received three awards. [more]

In Search of the Origins of Life: Lisa Kaltenegger Receives $1 Million Award from Simons Foundation

August 01, 2013
Lisa Kaltenegger, a group leader at the Max Planck Institute for Astronomy and a research associate at the Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics, has been named as one of the investigators of the Simons Collaboration on the Origins of Life. Dr. Kaltenegger is an expert on the potential habitability of exoplanets (planets orbiting stars other than the Sun) and on the chemical signatures that could allow for the detection of life on those planets. The Simons Foundation Investigator Award amounts to $1 million and will allow her to explore what the "chemical fingerprint" of an exoplanet's atmosphere could tell us about the planet's properties, including its habitability. [more]

Julian Baldauf Received the Trainee Award 2013 of the Max Planck Society

July 24, 2013
For the seventh time, the Max Planck Society has awarded the Trainee Prize for outstanding achievements in vocational training. The winner 2013 is Julian Baldauf from MPIAs precision engineering department. [more]

Harold C. Urey Prize for Anders Johansen

July 23, 2013
The Division for Planetary Sciences (DPS) of the American Astronomical Society (AAS) awarded Dr. Anders Johansen the Harold C. Urey Prize for his outstanding achievement in planetary research. [more]

Royal Astronomical Society Honours the SAURON Team with the Group Achievement Award 2013 – MPIA Scientists Involved

July 12, 2013
A few days ago at the UK National Astronomy Meeting in St. Andrews, the Royal Astronomical Society presented its Group Achievement Award to the SAURON team, including MPIA scientists Dr. Remco van den Bosch and Dr. Glenn van de Ven. [more]
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