What do we humans have in common with stars? Humans are born, live and die one day – so do stars. But with stars, everything happens over long cosmological time scales and with much more glamour and…

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05/25/2022 Elisa Resconi, ORIGINS PI and spokesperson of the SFB1258, receives an ERC Advanced Grant to build a new observatory for cosmic neutrinos. Within the next few years, Resconi and an international research team will develop and deploy the first three measurement strands of P-ONE, the Pacific Ocean Neutrino Experiment. The prototype of the first measurement string is currently being developed with extensive support from ORIGINS.


05/17/2022 This year, Frank Eisenhauer, ORIGINS scientist from the Max Planck Institute for Extraterrestrial Physics, will be awarded the Gruber Cosmology Prize for his revolutionary development of instruments that have gathered irrefutable evidence for the existence of a black hole at the center of our galaxy. The award recognizes the "unprecedented and exquisite" precision of his instruments.