Edmond’s Prehistoric Realm – A Dinosaur Excavation in Frankfurt
Against the Trends: Local Changes in Species Diversity in Europe
Researchers analyze over 150 biodiversity time series from 21 countries
When the Atlantic met the Alps: West Winds Have Determined Central European Climate for 14.5 Million Years
The Ups and Downs of a Mega-Lake
An Open Letter to the Chancellor
A 55-Million-Year-Old Owl Skeleton
Senckenberg – Leibniz Institution for Biodiversity and Earth System Research
Our Natural Capital Is Disappearing
In this video, our Director General Prof. Dr. Mosbrugger tells us more about sustainability in regard to nature and the world on which we live, and recommends a way in which we can work toward a long term goal.
The three museums of the Senckenberg Society for Natural Research present exciting results of Senckenberg research as well as unique exhibits and changing exhibitions on important topics of natural science.
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