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Präsident Hanselka (2. v. r.), Vizepräsident Kraft (r.) und Vertreter des Instituts nehmen FLUTE symbolisch in Betrieb (Foto: Markus Breig, KIT)
Looking into Matter: FLUTE Linear Accelerator Inaugurated

At FLUTE, KIT studies technologies for tomorrow's accelerators and applications of terahertz radiation in research, industry, and medicine.

GLORIA, der flugzeuggestützte Prototyp für AtmoSat (Foto: Laila Tkotz, KIT)
Climate Research: AtmoSat Rated as Outstanding

Council of Science and Humanities rates the AtmoSat infrastructure project of KIT and Forschungszentrum Jülich as "unique" and "of highest relevance."

Pilotanlage im SOLETAIR Projekt (Bild: VTT)
Power-to-Liquid: Fuel Made Of Solar Power And CO2

KIT Spin-Off INERATEC and partners produce first synthetic fuel from solar energy and the airs carbon dioxide.

Mikrostrukturierter Fischer-Tropsch Reaktor der Firma INERATEC (Foto: Andreas Drollinger)
Environmental Technology Award: KIT Involved in Two Projects

The Baden-Wuerttemberg Environmental Technology Award 2017 goes to SOLINK tandem solar collector and KIT’s spinoff INERATEC.

Forschungsflugzeug HALO (Foto: Eric Förster, KIT)
Sky above Europe: Air Quality Measuring Campaign

Mission with the HALO research aircraft studies the impact of air pollution of conurbations on the Earth’s atmosphere.

International MINTernship Program

Students of the University of North Carolina (UNC) at Charlotte completed a research internship at KIT.

Navigation System Of Brain Cells Decoded

During the execution of the genetic construction plan of the brain, protein signals navigate the growth of the neurons.

Tradition For 125 Years: Students Survey In the Black Forest

The Survey Excercises of the study program Geodesy and Geoinformatics at KIT are a unique concept in Germany.

DFG Confirms Professors of KIT in Office

Marlis Hochbruck was reelected Vice President, Ellen Ivers-Tiffée Member of the Senate of DFG

(Foto: Manuel Balzer, KIT)
Karlsruhe – Shanghai: Exchanging Science And Culture

Science Exchange Program Karlsruhe-Shanghai: Students from China take part in energy, mobility, and information projects at KIT.

Charging Batteries with High Speed

Charged within one minute: Material based on the organic molecule porphyrin increases the charging speed of batteries in a laboratory experiment.