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That is why we are living longer and longer

The television programme Xenius was a guest at our institute and accompanied Martin Denzel's research.more


Life expectancy: How old can people become?

Research group leader Joris Deelen was asked about the limits of our life expectancy and the recipe for a healthy life.more


At the heart of the institute: in the scullery with Petra Rifert

Voices of our employees: Petra Rifert talks about her work in the central scullery of our institute.more


Starved – New drug inhibits the growth of cancer cells

New Nature study: Blocking gene expression in mitochondria in mice stops cancer cells from growing.more


Panel members and Organizers of the 3rd Career Perspective Panel Discussion

3rd Career Perspective Panel Discussion of the MPI for Biology of Ageing

The Career Network of the MPI for Biology of Ageing held the 3rd Career Perspective Panel Discussion with a panel of five former life sciences PhDs.more


Linda Partridge awarded with Mendel Medal

Linda Partridge, Director of the department for Biological Mechanisms of Ageing, has been awarded the Mendel Medal by the Genetics Society for her ...more


Anti-Aging Promise - What is really true

Martin Denzel was a guest and interview partner on the TV show BR beta story and talks about the topic "Anti-Aging Promises - What is really true".more


From bench to bedside – Working between basic research and translational medicine

Voices of our employees: Joachim David Steiner talks about his interesting work at the interface between basic biological research and medical ...more


We have a new logomark

The new logo brings the name "Max Planck" more into focus and is modern and clear.more


Positive effector behind reduced food intake identified

Researchers from the department of Linda Partridge identified the Sestrin protein as key mediator of dietary restriction benefits.more

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