Nov 11, 2021Dr. Karen Lloyd: Linking deepy-buried microbial ecosystems to plate tectonics through chemolithoautotrophy
Dec 9, 2021Julian Merder: Dissoled organic compounds with synchronous dynamics share chemical properties and origin (case study Helgoland) and ICBM Ocean
Apr 28, 2022"Zukunftstag" 2022 at the Max Planck Institute Bremen
Welcome to the Max Planck Institute for Marine Microbiology
At the Max Planck Institute in Bremen we investigate the smallest inhabitants of the ocean. Who lives where? How do they function and how diverse are they? What's their role in the global biogeochemical cycles? What does it mean for our environment and climate? These and many other questions are in the focus of researchers from around the world, engineers, technicians and many more colleagues at our institute.
Thursdays at 3pm
November 10, 2021
We congratulate on the successful defence of the PhD thesis!
November 3rd, 2021
A natural CO2-sink thanks to symbiotic bacteria
December 3, 2021
Pupil researcher Svenja Paulsen is now award-winning.
October 01, 2021
New video by Latest Thinking
Judith Klatt reports on her latest research
February 20, 2019
We train you!
Information about training as a chemical laboratory technician at our institute
November 10, 2021
More features, better stability:
ARB 7.0: Advancing the handling of large rRNA databases and phylogenetic trees
October 27, 2021
Microorganisms produce elemental carbon
Carbon occurs on the Earth ...
August 02, 2021
A long day for microbes, and the rise of oxygen on Earth
Equal Opportunities Representative
Compatibility of science and family.
The riddle of the sands
Young researchers can virtually investigate the North Sea.
International Max Planck Research School of Marine Microbiology
Visit our YouTube-channel.
September 27, 2021