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Neue lookKIT-Ausgabe: "Materialwissenschaft"
New Issue of lookKIT: "Material Sciences"

The newest issue shows the extreme range of research objects in the material sciences and its progress in the field of nanoparticle.  

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Wolkenforschung am KIT: Niederschläge besser vorhersagen
Cloud Research at KIT: Better Predictions of Rainfall

How clouds occur and how they effect the Climate can be tested more precise in the new building AIDA-2.

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Logo crowdfunding
KIT Crowdfunding Starting in March 2015

KIT is one of the first German science institutions running an own crowdfunding platform.

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Girls' Day 2015 at KIT
Girls' Day 2015: Studies and Vocational Training

Girls from fifth grade on can inform themselves on April 23 about work fields and studies at KIT. 

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FameLab 2015: Publikumssiegerin Anastasia August vom KIT (Foto: Patrick Langer / KIT)
FameLab: KIT Contestant Reaches National Finals

FameLab Karlsruhe: Anastasia August of KIT comes second place and wins audience award.

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organic solar cells
Organic Electronics: Light of the Future

"Explore House Blog": New blog entry and video on how solar cells are being produced in the lab.

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New Storage Principle for Lithium-Ion-Batteries
New Storage Principle for Lithium-Ion Batteries

New cathode material increases the storage density while maintaining the stability of the system.

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Softwareentwicklung ohne Barrieren
Software Development without Barriers

Project aims at helping visually impaired information IT experts.

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Coralline Algae: Model for Cell-Free Biomineralization
Haptophytes: Model of Biomineralization

ZeBiCa² project: Using biogenic calcite particles for innovative industrial products.

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KIT-News
Online Now: Latest Issue of KIT News

Exciting news in short on research, education, and innovation at KIT as a video broadcast.

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MINT Online-Brückenkurs
"Fit für MINT": Online Preparation Course of Mathematics Starts

Course closes knowledge gaps of future students and is coordinated by the MINT Kolleg of KIT and Stuttgart University.

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