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Gruppenbild der Partner: Barnstedt; Krabbe und Hirth (Foto:KIT)
KIT and ABB Continue Successful Cooperation

The partners extend collaboration in research and innovation and now also focus on promoting young talent.

v. l. n. r.: Prof. Oliver Kraft, Prof. Guido Drexlin, Prof. Johannes Blümer (alle KIT), Prof. Ernst-Wilhelm Otten, Universität Mainz, Prof. Hamish Robertson, University of Washington, Seattle (Foto: Patrick Langer, KIT)
Karlsruhe Tritium Neutrino Experiment (KATRIN): "First Light"

KATRIN experiment has reached the next major milestone: For the first time, electrons flew through the whole facility to the detector.

Zweite "Nacht der Wissenschaft" am KIT am 28. Oktober 2016
2nd "Science Night" at KIT

Student group organizes public lectures on October 28/29 from 8 pm to 4 am.

Vizepräsident Professor Alexander Wanner (Foto: Lydia Albrecht, KIT)
"Independent and Curious"

“Research-based Education” program to be continued at KIT – Campus Day presents initial assessment.

Christine von Vangerow (Foto: Michael Danner)
Vice President Human Resources and Law: KIT Senate Confirms Election

KIT Senate follows KIT Supervisory Board's vote for Christine von Vangerow.

Very Good Grades for KIT by Personnel Managers

KIT well placed in the latest ranking of "WirtschaftsWoche" magazine.

blaue Vogelspinne (Foto: Tom Patterson)
Bright Colors by Nanotechnology

Microscopic analysis of the blue tarantula inspired scientists of KIT and partners to produce colors.

Favorites Make Games Boring

A research team with KIT participation analyzes the intensity of competitions and draws conclusions for economy.

J. Menno Harms, Heinrich-Hertz-Gastprofessor 2016 (Foto: Privat)
J. Menno Harms Is Awarded 2016 Heinrich Hertz Guest Professorship

The chairman of the Hewlett-Packard GmbH supervisory board will give public lectures at KIT on October 19 and November 3.

12th Humboldt Day at KIT

On October 27, the Humboldt Foundation will provide information on its programs to support internationally mobile researchers.

Camera Observes Plant Growth

RiSeGrAn system analyzes the growth of seedlings to adapt agricultural crops to climate change.