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Dr. Martin Brudermüller, BASF, und Professor Holger Hanselka, Präsident des KIT (Foto: Dölger, BASF)
KIT and BASF Strengthen Joint Research

The education and research institution and the industrial company plan to cooperate in teaching, innovation, and recruiting qualified staff.

Weltkarte mit blauen Markierungen der Karstgebiete
New World Map Shows Karst Aquifers

Under the auspices of UNESCO, the most detailed world map of karst aquifers so far has been created within an international project at KIT.

Ministerialdirektor Prof. Dr. Uwe Lahl (vorne rechts) und Dr. Frank Mentrup, OB Karlsruhe (Foto: Roland Fränkle, Presseamt Stadt Karlsruhe)
Test Field Autonomous Driving: Trial Operation Starts

The test field Autonomous Driving Baden-Württemberg has started trial operation in Karlsruhe and Heilbronn.

Gruppenbild: Konsortialpartner des Projekts RegioMOVE (Foto: KVV / Peter Hennrich)
From Transport Network to Mobility Provider

KIT supports the RegioMOVE project, in which an innovative mobility concept for the Karlsruhe region is to be developed, with know-how.

Die Stifter und Preisträger des Science Award sowie Gastgeber Prof. Hanselka stehen auf dem Podium
Science Award: KIT Hosted Awards Ceremony

In the presence of guests from science and industry, BASF and Volkswagen presented the prestigious award to MIT researcher Jennifer Rupp.

Zukunftspreis: Artificial Hands of Enhanced Sensitivity

The startup of a scientist of KIT was in the final of the prestigious award competition and now is in the “circle of the best.”

Von links: Christian Koos, Manfred Kohl und Sascha Mühlbrandt (Foto: Gips-Schüle-Stiftung,Thomas Niedermüller)
Gips-Schüle Research Award for Ultracompact Photodetector

For the world's smallest plasmonic photodetector, three KIT scientists are granted the Gips-Schüle Research Award.

Future Working Worlds

The KIT Department of Architecture awarded the Schelling Study Prize to the best student projects of the years 2016 and 2017.

Erhalten Consolidator Grants des ERC: Christian Koos (links) und Christian Greiner (Fotos: Laila Tkotz, KIT)
Research on Terahertz Signals and Friction-optimized Metals

The European Research Council (ERC) has awarded Consolidator Grants to KIT scientists Christian Koos and Christian Greiner.

bunte Autos mit einem Ladeanschluss
Plug-in Hybrid Vehicles Are Better than Their Reputation

Plug-in hybrid vehicles often have a smaller carbon footprint than purely electric vehicles, according to a new study.

Science: Metamaterial mit Dreheffekt
Science: Metamaterial with a Twist

KIT scientists have designed a three-dimensional material that converts linear compressive forces into rotary motion.