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The Innovation Campus "Mobility of the Future" aims to provide a clearer picture of the innovations required for the mobility of the day after tomorrow. (Photo: Markus Breig, KIT)
Sustainable Mobility with Production Technology

At the Innovation Campus "Mobility of the Future", KIT and the University of Stuttgart prepare ideas and business models

Ethical standards in the textile industry such as environmentally friendly materials and fair working conditions are important to buyers - but often not as important as they themselves think - this is shown in a KIT study (Photo: Riccardo Prevete, KIT)
A Little Good Is Good Enough: Excuses for Consumption

KIT study shows that individual ethical improvements are sufficient to justify immoral behavior.

Vision of a sustainable energy system with wind turbines, solar collectors, a grid storage and a hydrogen bus (Photomontage: Pascal Armbruster, KIT).
ENERGY – Turnaround. Change. Knowledge.

New KIT event series provides information on energy system transformation and energy research

Wie sich gerade Städte auf extreme Wettersituationen vorbereiten können, ist eines der Themen bei der Veranstaltung im Karlsruher Rathaus. (Foto: Gabi Zachmann, KIT)
KIT at the City Hall: Cities and Weather Extremes

At the event, the KIT Center Climate and Environment will present its research

The KIT start-up auvisus develops an automatic cash register system for canteens. (Photo: Dominic Hohlbaum, KIT)
"Things to Do with AI"

New interactive video series presents KIT startups using artificial intelligence as a tool.

The fluorescence detector building Los Morados (Photo: Steven Saffi / Pierre Auger Collaboration)
20 Years Pierre Auger Observatory

Argentinean Senate honors the search for ultra-high energy cosmic radiation

Frank Scholze (Photo: Sandra Goettisheim, KIT)
Scholze Succeeds Niggemann

The Director of the KIT Library will become new Director General of the German National Library.

Bacterial cells (red) on a programmable composite material consisting of silica nanoparticles (yellow) and carbon nanotubes (blue) (Figure: KIT)
Programmable Nests for Cells

KIT research team develops novel composite materials from DNA, silica particles, and carbon nanotubes.

The KIT research team (from left.): Michael Knapp, Sylvio Indris, Weibo Hua, Björn Schwarz (Photo: Amadeus Bramsiepe, KIT)
Up to 30 Percent more Capacity of Lithium-ion Batteries

Success of materials research at KIT – major finding on the way towards the high-energy battery.

Thomas Neumann, responsible at KIT for the topic of start-ups and holdings, received the certificate for KIT; left in picture: Dr. Sabine Hepperle from BMWi. (Photo: Bildkraftwerk)
KIT and Partners Launch Global Horizon Program

Together with regional partners, KIT establishes network for the internationalization of startup support.

acatech Welcomes New Members from KIT

Among the newly elected members are Professors Thomas Zwick, Peter Gumbsch, and Frank Gauterin.