Our new brochure “Research Highlights 2012” featuring selected results of our researchers from 2012 is now available.
Teenagers got to know the German Primate Center at the “Boys' and Girls' Day”
Junior scientists working in primate-related fields may apply for a grant
Archaeologists have discovered potsherds within the building pit for the future multipurpose building. The findings date to the Bronze or Iron Age and such are rare in the Göttingen area.
A special issue of the “Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B”, which is based on presentations held at the “Göttinger Freilandtage”, will be released online ahead of print on April 8th.
Peter Kappeler from the German Primate Center and colleagues have described two new species of mouse lemurs
Infection Biologists of the German Primate Center have identified host cell factors that activate the dangerous human coronavirus EMC and might be potential targets for therapeutic intervention
The Humboldt awardee Prof. Tamás Székely works at the DPZ until the end of 2013. He joins the Sociobiology and Behavioral Ecology Unit of Peter Kappeler.
The home of two groups of Long-tailed and Rhesus Macaques at the DPZ has been relocated to a new place on the institute’s grounds. The monkeys will soon move in.
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