Max Planck Institute for Evolutionary Anthropology
Deutscher Platz 6
phone: +49 (0)341 3550 - 0
fax: +49 (0)341 3550 - 119
The Leipzig School of Human Origins - An International Max Planck Research School - by the University of Leipzig and the Max Planck Institute for Evolutionary Anthropology. The Leipzig School of Human Origins offers a unique graduate program that combines different disciplines to study the evolutionary history of humans and the great apes.
The WKPRC is a project of the Max Planck Institute for Evolutionary Anthropology. It is operated in collaboration with the Leipzig Zoo. Research focuses on the behavior and cognition of the four species of great ape.
WKPRC (Pongoland): http://wkprc.eva.mpg.de
Partner: Leipzig Zoo: http://www.zoo-leipzig.de
The Choir of the Max Planck Institute for Evolutionary Anthropology in Leipzig is open to all interested singers.
The Lomas Barbudal Monkey Project was founded in 1990 by Susan Perry, with the help of Joseph Manson and Julie Gros-Louis, for the purpose of studying social intelligence in the white-faced capuchin, Cebus capucinus.
--> Former Junior Scientist Group on Cultural Phylogeny at the Max Planck Institute for Evolutionary Anthropology.
Research at the MPI CBS revolves around human cognitive abilities and cerebral processes, with the accent on language, music and action.
The MPI MIS, founded in 1995, is concerned with mathematical challenges which arise through theoretical questions in the natural sciences. The common denominator of all teams in the institute is the field of partial differential equations and the calculus of variations.
Biotechnology and biomedicine have a high priority in Leipzig. The BIO CITY LEIPZIG is a strong symbol of this, alongside the support and financial engagement of the city. This has created an exemplary biotechnology-biomedical center in which business, science and research live and work with one another. A place where science is not only shared, but increased. A place where young companies set new standards in biotechnology, biomedicine and health care together with professors from the University of Leipzig.
Founded at the beginning of the 15th century, the alma mater Lipsiensis originally comprised four faculties: the Faculty of Arts and the three 'higher' faculties, i.e. Theology, Medicine and Law. That structure based on four large faculties remained unchanged for some 500 years. Today there are 14 faculties within the University.
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