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Forscher am KIT untersuchen Akzeptanz von Fleisch aus der Petrischale (Foto: Irina Westermann, KIT.)
Schnitzel Grown in Petri Dishes Is Accepted as an Alternative

In a study, KIT scientists show that in-vitro meat could help solving problems caused by meat consumption.

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Dr. Cornelia Lee-Thedieck (Foto: Markus Breig, KIT)
Dr. Cornelia Lee-Thedieck Receives ERC Starting Grant

For her research on the development of hematological and musculoskeletal disorders, Dr. Cornelia Lee-Thedieck is awarded an ERC Starting Grant.

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Drei springende Kinder in Winterbekleidung vor Bergen
New Fitness-App Motivates Families to Exercise More

For the study "SmartFamily" at KIT, parents and children motivate each other with their smartphone to adopt a healthier lifestyle.

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Driving simulator in action
Virtual Instructor for Chinese Learner Driver

Projection technology and virtual-reality hardware and software enable realistic driving exercises.

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"MycoTree" strucutre consisting of of mushroom mycelium and bamboo (Photo: Carlina Teteris).
Renewable Building Materials for Cities of the Future

At the Seoul Biennale of Architecture and Urbanism, KIT researchers present a self-supporting structure consisting of mushroom mycelium and bamboo.

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Klaus Tschira Foundation Wants to Build for KIT

New building on Adenauerring as a gift for state of Baden-Württemberg for use for KIT  – In addition, institute building to be renovated.

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Putting Political Parties to the Test: Do They Really Represent Their Electorate?

Researchers at KIT have run a test to evaluate the actual representativeness of political parties in the “Bundestag”.

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Ten years House of Competence

On the occasion of its 10th anniversary, the "House of Competence" will hold a conference on the 5th and 6th of October.

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Optimal Career Start Thanks to KIT

QS Graduate Employability Ranking 2018: KIT is number 1 in Germany, number 3 in Europe and number 30 worldwide.

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KIT Improves in THE Ranking

In the renowned Times Higher Education (THE) World University Ranking 2018, KIT is 133rd worldwide and 14th in Germany.

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Die mit 429 Metern unter dem Meeresspiegel tiefstgelegene meteorologische Station auf der Erde misst kontinuierlich die Verdunstung des Wassers des Toten Meeres (Foto: U. Corsmeier, KIT)
The Dead Sea: Environmental Research at the Edge of Extremes

Work of the DESERVE Helmholtz Virtual Institute coordinated by KIT focuses on water availability, environmental risks, and climate change.

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