The Max Delbrück Center for Molecular Medicine in the Helmholtz Association (MDC) has celebrated its 25th anniversary with some 550 invited guests. At the same time, the Board of Directors honored five individuals to whom the MDC owes a large debt of gratitude, especially during the early years.
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The founding of MDC on the Buch Campus is at once a piece of contemporary history and the history of science. A conversation with Jens Reich.
MDC and BIH erect a new research facility for physicians, researchers and patients. The Käthe Beutler building will be completed in 2020.
The family of the man who gave his name to the MDC visited the Berlin research center and discovered the beginnings, history and prospects of molecular medicine in Berlin
Klaus Rajewsky, one of the world’s most influential scientists in the fields of genetics and immunology and a researcher at the MDC, turns 80 on November 12, 2016.
Prof. Martin Lohse is the Chairman of the Board of Directors and Scientific Director of the MDC since April 2016. He talks about his plans for the research center in an interview with the capus magazine buch inside, reproduced below.
On October 5, 2016, Governing Mayor of Berlin Michael Müller paid a visit to the MDC and the Berlin-Buch campus.
Berlin-based artist Fritz Balthaus has won the “Kunst am Bau” two-stage open public art competition organized by the MDC and Charité. His work “kunstnest” (“art/artificial nest”) accompanies the construction of three new buildings on the Berlin-Buch research campus.
A high-ranking Cuban delegation, headed by deputy health minister Dr. Alfredo Gonzalez Lorenzo, has just paid a visit to the MDC. The eight members of the delegation, who come from the fields of health policy, genetic research and tumor biology, as well as BioCubaFarma, an association of pharmaceutical and biotechnical companies, found out more about the structure and focus of the work carried out by the MDC and the Leibniz Institute for Molecular Pharmacology (FMP), and visited the BiotechPark at Berlin-Buch.
Max Delbrück would have turned 110 today. In an editorial for the Journal of Molecular Medicine, MDC researcher Friedrich C. Luft looks back on the carreer of a very influential scientist.