Max Planck-Yale Center for Biodiversity Movement and Global Change launched

May 1, 2018


In a world of changing climate and shifting habitat, species of all sorts are on the move — and so is Yale’s biodiversity research.

On May 2, Yale launched the Max Planck–Yale Center for Biodiversity Movement and Global Change with a daylong symposium. The center, a partnership with the Max Planck Society, will channel new resources, technology, and expertise into advancing scientific knowledge of species movement through time.
“The establishment of this center emphasizes the importance of international collaborations in understanding and solving challenges we all share,” said Yale President Peter Salovey. “In today’s increasingly complex and interconnected landscape, investigators across disciplines and around the world must work together to produce research and technological innovations.””
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