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Preisverleihung in Berlin
KIT Brings Outstanding Experimental Physicist Back to Germany

Award of the Alexander von Humboldt Professorship to Wolfgang Wernsdorfer, who will research at KIT from June.

Screenshot KITcrowd
KITcrowd: Promoting and Investing in Ideas online

The platform at KIT supports innovative projects through crowdfunding and now opens for crowdinvesting campaigns.

The more People, The less Fire

Researchers of KIT show that the demographic change influences fires as much as climate change.

Konsortium KIT und Partner (Bild: Stadt Karlsruhe)
Karlsruhe Wants to Become Pioneering Region

A consortium of KIT and regional partners is applying to set up test tracks for autonomous driving.

Porträt Thomas Lützkendorf
Officer’s Cross of the Order of Merit for Thomas Lützkendorf

Professor of KIT was honored for his merits in the development of scientific principles for sustainable construction.

Adaptation to Climate Change

A study of KIT shows what climate change means for the concrete action of cities.

Ranking: Very Satisfied Students at KIT

Subjects of KIT with positive results in the university ranking of the weekly newspaper Die ZEIT.

Nach der Reaktorkatastrophe von Tschernobyl wurden Mitarbeiter deutscher Firmen und ihre Angehörigen, die sich in Russland aufhielten, im damaligen Kernforschungszentrum Karlsruhe dekontaminiert und untersucht.
30 Years after the Chernobyl Disaster

Helmholtz researchers remember how they witnessed the days and weeks after the disaster.

Professor Holger Hanselka, Präsident des Karlsruher Instituts für Technologie (KIT)
President Hanselka on the New Initivative for Top Level Research

Strong signal – boost for German universities in international competition.

Innovative: Clean Water Without Chemicals

The EU supports the research project "Eco-UV", in which the KIT participates.

KIT-Bibliothek von außen
KIT Library Celebrates Anniversary

Open all around the clock seven days a week – the KIT Library celebrates its 10th anniversary.