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Year in Review Magazine

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Year in Review 2020 – 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.

Read more about highlights such as:

  • Max Planck Florida responds to coronavirus crisis_ 02
  • MPFI Adds Two New Research Groups_ 05
  • Board of Trustees Appoints Dr. Asifa Akhtar as Chair_ 09

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Year in Review 2019

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Max Planck Society Named #1 Biomedical Research Nonprofit

Year in Review 2018

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Brain Trust Celebration: A Night at the Institute

Year in Review 2017

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Sunposium 2017 Features two Nobel Laureates

Year in Review 2016

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The Future of Neuroscience is Now Online

Year in Review 2015

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Ryohei Yasuda Receives $4.8 Million NIH Pioneer Award

Year in Review 2014

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Max Planck Florida to Launch International Brain Research Program

Max Planck Research Magazine

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The Covid-19 pandemic is deepening the division in society and reinforcing growing social inequality in our country – a subject that we are taking a closer look at in this issue’s Focus. In addition, the pandemic has also brought about major changes in the relationship between the state and the economy. While politics had long withdrawn from economic activities, researchers now recognize the opposite trend. But the coronavirus has also brought the immune system into focus, which needs to strike a balance between defending against foreign pathogens, while also not overreacting and causing harm to the body’s own cells.

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Hearing reaches the ear in the form of waves and is finally processed by the brain

Global crises determine and affect our daily lives

Diverging views of structural inequalities between the EU members

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