From nasty viruses and dangerous infections to new materials produced by the 3D printer, from the secret life of clouds to weight problems of particle physics, from autonomous vehicles to the question of what students are like today: The second “Science Night” that will start on October 28, 2016, 8 pm, at Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT) will present about 20 lectures covering various disciplines at the lecture halls Daimler and Benz (both building 10.21) as well as at the Redtenbacher lecture hall (building 10.91) on Campus South. The event is organized by the “Science Night” students group. The group is supported by the General Students Committee (AStA), the Arbeitskreis Kultur und Kommunikation (AKK, Culture and Communication Group), and KIT. The presentations will be in German.
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