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Planck

(plank),
Max, German physicist and Nobel laureate, 1858-1947. See: Planck constant, Planck theory.
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MPFI and FAU also are in collaboration with University of Bonn (Bonn, Germany), and the Center for Advanced European Studies and Research (Bonn, Germany), to globalize education in brain research with an all-new International Max Planck Research School (IMPRS) for Brain & Behavior.
The Lead Discovery Center (LDC) was established in 2008 by the technology transfer organization Max Planck Innovation as a novel approach to capitalize on the potential of excellent basic research for the discovery of new therapies for diseases with high medical need.
But there is more: the CMB carries additional clues about our cosmic history that are encoded in its 'polarization'," explains Jan Tauber, ESA's Planck project scientist.
Peter Martin (CITA) uses Planck data to study the dust found throughout our Galaxy.
Planck made earlier in the meeting about the possibility of adding stops to express service, state Rep.
While Planck operated successfully in space for more than four years, the full history of the mission is much longer.
That helped a lot," Planck said of the Irish scoring twice to start the second half.
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).
We have been working with Moritz Stefaner to create an intuitive, impressive and interactive network visualization highlighting the global connectedness of the Max Planck Society," commented Christian Herzog, Vice President Elsevier's SciVal Custom Solutions.
Sommerfeld, like Planck was not oblivious to the intellectual conflicts of his day.
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 CYPRUS Institute and the leading German Research Foundation Max Planck Society are to sign