HELMHOLTZ UPDATE / February 2017

Dear readers

Scientific facts represent the foundation of our discourse in society and cannot be negotiated. This is why people from around the world are participating in the March for Science on April 22. Helmholtz President Otmar D. Wiestler explains why he supports the movement.

A look into Space! ESA has successfully launched its Earth observation satellite Sentinel-2B as part of the Copernicus project. Find out more about the mission known as “the most ambitious earth observation program of all times.”

Interested in knowing more about how our brain works? So is British neurobiologist James Poulet, who tries to understand how the brain is able to recognize that a fresh cup of coffee feels both smooth and warm. Check out his research on the brain’s sensory perception.

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