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Planck,

Max, German physicist and Nobel laureate, 1858-1947.
Planck constant - a natural constant occurring in many physical formulas.
Planck theory - that energy can be emitted, transmitted, and absorbed only in discrete quantities. Synonym(s): quantum theory
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Ralf Schimmer, head of information at the Max Planck Digital Library, said: 'We are happy to add Oxford University Press to our portfolio of transformative Open Access Agreements, as this new contract constitutes another concrete step toward making open access the default in scholarly communication.'
Priorto the honors program launch, FAU and Max Planck partnerships led to the creation of two graduate degree programs, the doctoral program in integrative biology offering a concentration in neuroscience-integrative biology and neuroscience, and the international Max Planck Research Schoolfor Brain and Behavior.
About the Max Planck Foundation and the Dr Helmut Storz Foundation
The new centre's partners in the field of fusion research are the Max Planck Institute for Plasma Physics in Garching and Greifswald (IPP) and the Princeton Plasma Physics Laboratory (PPPL).
The Max Planck Society in Germany is a foundation that coordinates and supervises 80 research centers of excellence, the world famous Max Planck Institutes, with over 14,000 personnel and with a wide range of international activities.
The Max Planck Society coordinates and supervises 80 research institutes and employs more than 14,000 personnel and engaging in a wide range of international activities and research into life sciences, the natural sciences and the humanities.
As part of its international strategy Max Planck Society has devised innovative ways to attract Indian talent, going beyond usual scholarships and fellowships.
Levinson of the Max Planck Institute for Psycholinguistics in Nijmegen, the Netherlands, offers a different view.
Keeping its founders' original promise to the academic research community, Cenix has enabled free online access to the entire dataset by providing web dissemination rights to one of its parent institutes, the Dresden-based Max Planck Institute for Molecular Cell Biology and Genetics (www.mpi-cbg.de).
FIZ Karlsruhe and the Max Planck Society (MPS) have been awarded 6.1 [euro] million to develop a new platform for Web-based, collaborative scientific work.
Bayer AG is awarded exclusive patent rights on a plant parasite technology developed by the Max Planck Society.