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What you see is what you get

May 20, 2020

No excuses anymore. Whenever you look for our institute, now you can easily find it: Since today it is labelled, well visible to everyone. MPI – these three letters at the wall of our building welcome both staff and guests. Just move your eyes up, and you will see it. The meaning of MPI might be clear for many of you. For all others, here is the answer: Max Planck Institute.

New letters at the Max Planck Institute for Marine Microbiology (©Max Planck Institute for Marine Microbiology, K. Matthes)
New letters at the building of the Max Planck Institute for Marine Microbiology (©Max Planck Institute for Marine Microbiology, K. Matthes)

„Now we fit well into the picture of Wiener Strasse,” says Rudolf Amann, managing director of the institute. Even if the address of the institute is Celsiusstraße, the major part of the corner building lies alongside Wiener Straße. A street of abbreviations, pictured in big letters made of metal or plastic. ZMT, FVG, BITZ and now also MPI. “The construction of the letters is part of a redesign/reshaping of the institute,” explains Amann. The building is currently being expanded: At the moment, it is shaped like an L, soon it will be a U.This way there will be more space for research groups working on marine microbiology – the area of expertise of the MPI in Bremen.

 

Thus, in the future there will be even more reasons to visit the institute. Good thing you can find it even better now.

 
 

Please direct your queries to:

Editorial & Press Relations

Katrin Matthes

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

Room: 

2100

Phone: 

+49 421 2028-948

Katrin Matthes
 
 
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