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CEBIT 2018: Federal Minister Anja Karliczek and Professor Tamim Asfour. (Photo:   Henning Stauch Photography)
KIT Shows Humanoid Robot

From June 12 to 15, KIT and FZI present highly exciting research and startup projects at CEBIT in hall 27 at stand G52.

Inside the vessel of the main spectrometer of the Karlsruhe Tritium Neutrino Experiment KATRIN (photo: Michael Zacher)
Neutrinos Weighed by the World´s Most Precise Scale

Karlsruhe Tritium Neutrino Experiment KATRIN starts – official inauguration colloquium on June 11.

The KIT in the excellence strategy (photo: Sandra Göttisheim, KIT)
The KIT in the Excellence Strategy

With four full proposals, the KIT is in the final round of the funding line “Clusters of Excellence.”

The display in the glasses shows the fitter exact positions and work steps. (Photo: Markus Breig, KIT)
Building Aircraft Tanks with Extended Reality

An assistance system developed at KIT facilitates the production and maintenance of narrow aircraft tanks.

Steel belt drying after pretreatment with infrared radiant porous burner (photo: GoGaS Goch GmbH & Co. KG)
Painting and Drying: Less Hot Air

Innovative process for steel strip drying - KIT coordinates ECCO research project in the Horizon 2020 program of the EU.

Knowledge Dialogue for the Energy Transition (photo: Markus Breig, KIT)
Knowledge Dialogue for the Energy Transition

Karlsruhe researchers want to make the transformation of the German energy system more understandable and participative.

Bundestag Continues to Rely on KIT Consulting

"The "Office of Technology Assessment at the German Bundestag" will be operated by KIT's ITAS for a further five years.

The project "Back to the working worlds of the future" aims to give historical depth of focus to the debate on the future of gainful employment, which was sparked off by the Year of Science in 2018. (Photo: KIT, Institute for German Studies, Department of
Back to the Working Life of the Future

Germany-wide project relating to the 2018 Science Year will start publicly on June 24.

Glassomer can be milled, turnered, lasered or processed in CNC machines – just like a conventional polymer (Photo: Markus Breig, KIT)
Processing Glass Like a Polymer

KIT Materials Scientists Develop New Forming Technology – Publication in Advanced Materials.

Patent Forge KIT

U-Multirank: KIT again strong in research and knowledge transfer / QS ranking: KIT defends fourth place in Germany.

"Extraordinary Success": Top Mark for Young Investigator Group

Helmholtz Junior Research Group at the KATRIN experiment extremely successful.