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Nicole Dubilier elected member of the Academy of Sciences in Hamburg

Nov 18, 2022

The director of the Max Planck Institute for Marine Microbiology is now part of the Academy of Sciences of Northern Germany . Today, the new members will be officially welcomed at the Academy's annual celebration in Hamburg.

The members of the Academy of Sciences in Hamburg (Akademie der Wissenschaften in Hamburg) are researchers from the northern German region who distinguish themselves through scientific excellence, interdisciplinarity and internationality. The Academy of Sciences in Hamburg is organized in interdisciplinary working groups. Accordingly, the General Assembly elects its new members on the basis of outstanding scientific achievements and their expertise, on the one hand. On the other hand, it plays a role in complementing the Academy's interdisciplinary research fields. Today, the new members will be officially welcomed at the Academy's annual celebration in Hamburg.

In addition to Nicole Dubilier, numerous renowned researchers from the region are part of the Academy. It is conceived as a working academy: In working groups and project groups, its members develop interdisciplinary research projects that address socially significant issues of the future and fundamental scientific problems. In addition, the Academy makes it its special task to stimulate discussion between science and the public on these topics.

Academy President Mojib Latif presents the membership certificate of the Academy of Sciences in Hamburg to Nicole Dubilier. (Image rights: AdWHH/Alan Orpin)
Academy President Mojib Latif presents the membership certificate of the Academy of Sciences in Hamburg to Nicole Dubilier. (Image rights: AdWHH/Alan Orpin)

The Academy of Sciences in Hamburg is the youngest among the German academies of sciences. It was founded in December 2004 by the Hamburg City Parliament as a public corporation. With its establishment, the City of Hamburg is pursuing the goal of providing a new basis for cooperation between universities and scientific institutions in northern Germany and strengthening the international visibility of the science region.

More information:

Contact:

Director

Prof. Dr. Nicole Dubilier

MPI for Marine Microbiology
Celsiusstr. 1
D-28359 Bremen
Germany

Room: 

3241

Phone: 

+49 421 2028-9320

Prof. Dr. Nicole Dubilier

Head of Press & Communications

Press Office

Dr. Fanni Aspetsberger

MPI for Marine Microbiology
Celsiusstr. 1
D-28359 Bremen
Germany

Room: 

1345

Phone: 

+49 421 2028-9470

Dr. Fanni Aspetsberger
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