Nov 9, 2017Dr. Maija Heller: ”Trace metal redox cycling under aerobic and anaerobic conditions, reactive oxygen species and why we are interested in kinetics”
Nov 16, 2017Dr. Tristan Wanger: "A new way to fix CO2 without ATP consumption, a lesson from methanogenic archaea"
Dec 2, 2017Wissen um 11: Dr. Jan-Hendrik Hehemann „Verdauungsenzyme im Ozean und dem menschlichen Darm“
Welcome to the Max Planck Institute for Marine Microbiology
At the MPI in Bremen, we investigate the smallest inhabitants of the ocean. Who lives where? How do they function and how diverse are they? What's their role in the global biogeochemical cycles? What does it mean for our environment and climate? These and many other questions are in the focus of researchers from around the world, engineers, technicians and many more colleagues at our institute.
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November 11, 2017
Versatile marine bacteria could be an influence on global warming, scientists discover
May 10, 2017
Small-space niche formation at hydrothermal vents
May 8, 2017
Congratulations! Gauß Medal for Antje Boetius
Munich, October 19, 2017
Max-Planck-Forum in Munich: Aus den Tiefen des Ozeans zu einer Quelle für die Wissenschaft
May 11, 2017
"For women in science" Award for Laurie Hofmann
The prize promotes the compatibility of science and family.
June 07, 2017
Newly discovered methane consumers in lakes
Why marine microbiology?
About the institute
May. 23, 2017
First Conference for the "It MaTer(s)"
First Max Planck Conference for Environmental Microbiologyin Marburg