More information is available on the German language version of this page.
Our institute offers a limited number of academic internships for high school students in the context of the secondary school curriculum. Please send your application to Susanne Héjja (email@example.com).
We participate at the school-scientist initiative "Forsche Schüler" of the Beutenberg Campus e.V. where school student participate in workshops at the institute. The "Forsche Schüler Tag" is usually in spring on a Thursday before Easter holidays. Announcements will be posted on our start page.
You may visit our exhibit of wood from Thuringian trees and mosaic of construction rocks in the rotunda. Please make an appointment for a guided tour.
On a project day, high school students can learn more about specific research topics. Due to limited capacity, project days must be planned ahead of time. Generally, short-term requests cannot be considered.
On the basis of the curriculum, the Max Planck Society has edited scientific topics and outcomes for secondary school students: biomax, geomax and techmax are loose-leafs in the journal Max Planck Research. Check out the max-wissen page for students and teachers. Contributions from our institute (in German):
Here you will find animations on climate research.
These films are part of a DVD series "MaxPlanckCinema" on different research topics. They can be ordered directly from the press office (firstname.lastname@example.org).
The webpages of the Global Carbon Project offer current and wide-ranging information on carbon and methane budgets as well as pictures and graphics for download.
IPCC is the leading international organisation evaluating global climate change and its impact. You will find reports and summaries especially designed for the lay reader, politicians and stakeholders.
The IPCC Scholarship Programme maintains a Facebook page.
The German IPCC Coordination is the contact for scientists, the government, public authorities, the general public, and the media in all kind of questions related to climate research and climate politics. Here you will find the German documentation and summaries of the most important IPPC reports.
The German Climate Consortium represents the national institutions dealing with climate change and climate change impacts. You will find valuable information on all aspects of climate change, portraits of researchers, expert interviews and a calendar with may national and international climate related events.
The Klimanavigator is a national signpost to climate dossiers, climate news, maps, and information on institutions and collaborations.