MAXCINE EXPEDITION APP
The MaxCine visitor app at the Max Planck Institute of Animal Behavior
Curiosity is the driving force to create new knowledge. The scientists at the institute seek answers to better understand, protect, and even learn from the wildlife on our planet: How and why do animals migrate on our planet? Why do they move in swarms? How do they come to common decisions?
This app offers a tour of the many facets of current research, whether on site or from home. It explains the origins and constant development of the institute and provides an exciting insight into the unique public relations work at MaxCine, the Center for Communication and Exchange.
VOICES ABOUT THE MAXCINE EXPEDITION APP
MaxCine has proven to be one of the most innovative and sustainable institutions in the Max Planck Society over the past decade.
The MaxCine discussion forums have contributed significantly to the success of scientific research at the Max Planck Institute of Animal Behavior.
In the new app, the public can now interact with science even better, faster and more deeply, setting new directions for the future.
Prof. Dr. Martin Wikelski
The MaxCine Expedition app makes it easy for us scientists to share information about our research with colleagues and interested parties worldwide.
Dr. Lara Keicher
As project manager of the Animal Tracker App, I would like to take this opportunity to highlight the newly developed app from MaxCine. This app, which is available free of charge, offers a unique, entertaining and detailed insight into the exciting work of the Max Planck Institute of Animal Behavior. When viewing the content, it is clear to see how much heart and attention to detail the MaxCine team has put into developing this informative tool. When it comes to outreach and public relations, basically every Max Planck Institute should have such a great app.