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Between Quarks and Cosmos Between Quarks and Cosmos
Einzeller mit Durchblick: Wie Bakterien "sehen"
Single Cell Organisms With Perspective: How Bacteria "See"

Scientists of KIT have solved a big mystery: bacteria can see and move towards a light source because they work like tiny eyeballs. 

KIT – Die Forschungsuniversität in der Helmholtz-Gemeinschaft
KIT: The Research University in the Helmholtz Association

KIT 2025 umbrella strategy maps out the future course: Research for the good of society - focused on energy, mobility, and information.

Kraftstoffe, die keine schädlichen Abgase produzieren
Project OME: No Harmful Exhaust Gases

"BMEL" funds project on environmentally friendly fuel from regrowing raw materials. 

2016 Tour Eucor from May 25 to 29
2016 Tour Eucor: Five Cities in Five Days

The cycling tour through Germany, France, and Switzerland takes place from May 25 to 29.

Weltweit kleinstes Fachwerk
Nature Materials: World's Smallest Lattice Structure

New 3D Lattice with glassy carbon struts and braces has higher specific strength than most familiar solids.

Deutlich erhöhte Manövrierbarkeit etwa beim Einparken ermöglichen die hochintegrierten Längs- und Querführungssysteme des Projekts OmniSteer (Bild: KIT / OmniSteer)
Automated Driving: Steering without Limits

OmniSteer project to increase automobiles’ urban maneuverability begins with a € 3.4 million budget.

Two Start-ups of the KIT Are Award-Winning

"Best of BW": Two start-ups were successful at the Venture Capital-Pitch Baden-Württemberg.

2016 Heinrich Hertz Guest Professorship

On February 15 and 16, this year's guest professor Hasso Plattner (SAP SE) will give lectures.

KIT-News for January 2016

Latest news topics, featuring the Overarching KIT 2025 Strategy, and others in a video broadcast.

Advanced Education Courses Start Again

Three new courses on energy economics will start at KIT's Center for Technology-Enhanced Learning.

Graffiti digital
InGrid Project: Archiving and Investigating Graffiti

The Information System on Graffiti in Germany (InGriD) contains more than 120,000 photos.