Year in Review Magazine

Cover image of the Year in Review Magazine 2022

Year in Review 2022 – For those interested in learning more about the development and progress of the institute, the Max Planck Florida Institute for Neuroscience publishes an annual Year in Review magazine detailing recent research progress as well as fundraising and outreach activities.

Download Year in Review 2022

Year in Review 2021


Zeiss and MPFI Announce Collaborative Partnership

Year in Review 2020


Coronavirus response MPFI adds two group leaders

Year in Review 2019


Max Planck Society Named #1 Biomedical Research Nonprofit

Year in Review 2018


Brain Trust Celebration: A Night at the Institute

Year in Review 2017


Sunposium 2017 Features two Nobel Laureates

Year in Review 2016


The Future of Neuroscience is Now Online

Year in Review 2015


Ryohei Yasuda Receives $4.8 Million NIH Pioneer Award

Year in Review 2014


Max Planck Florida to Launch International Brain Research Program

Max Planck Research Magazine

Cover image of Max Planck Research Magazine 4/2023

Extreme cold drove people out of large parts of Europe during the last ice age until it became warmer again. Researchers at the Max Planck Institute for Evolutionary Anthropology are tracing these migratory movements.  Today excessively high temperatures are more of a concern, partly because they are melting the ice sheets of Greenland and Antarctica causing sea levels to rise.

Researchers at the Max Planck Institute for Meteorology are analyzing the interactions between climate and ice sheets. Researchers at the Max Planck Institute for Extraterrestrial Physics are investigating how stars and planets form in clouds of cold dust and gas.  They are also learning about the conditions under which life can develop.


View magazine

View all magazines on the Max Planck Society website

see overview