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News 2019
Eggshells consist of porous calcium carbonate, which is very suitable for electrochemical storage. (Photo: Manuel Balzer, KIT)
(18.02.2019)Storing Energy with Eggshells

Research group successfully uses egg shells as an electrode for energy storage for the first time.

Whether study or education: On Girls' Day, KIT provides information on career prospects and on technologies such as electric cars. (Photo: Lydia Albrecht, KIT)
(18.02.2019)Girlsʼ Day 2019: Studies and Education at KIT

Day of information for female students from the fifth grade onwards with over 40 workshops, guided tours and lectures.

Treating diseases, "improving" the genetic make-up: Researchers at KIT are investigating the possible contribution of AI and the ethical questions that arise here. (Photo: Pixabay)
(14.02.2019)Artificial Intelligence in Medicine

Project analyzes opportunities and challenges of Artificial Intelligence, modern human genomics and genome editing.

The goal of the new Science Data Center MoMaF is to use data from many laboratories sustainably and jointly. (Photo: Laila Tkotz/KIT)
(14.02.2019)Molecular and Materials Research: Easy Data Sharing

"Science Data Center" develops digitization modules for scientific data.

(13.02.2019)Karlsruhe Talks on Social Responsibility

The programme with lectures, discussions and cultural events is open to all interested parties.

Double-edged: The reason for the increasing green cover is an increase in agricultural yields - which require fertilizers and increased irrigation. (Photo: Markus Breig, KIT)
(12.02.2019)Greening of the Earth Progresses

Intensive agriculture and forestry play an important role, with China and India being in the lead.

In the project "bwirkt", KIT is investigating the effects of autonomous driving on traffic flow and traffic demand. (Photo: Manuel Balzer, KIT)
(11.02.2019)Research on the Test Area Autonomous Driving

Analysis of transport-related, technological, social, and legal impacts.

Multi-coloured fluorescent security feature in computer design. (Figure: Frederik Mayer, KIT)
(11.02.2019)Mix of Materials for Three-dimensional Micro- and Nanostructures

Precise and efficient process combines 3D laser lithography with microfluidics.

The KIT research laboratory develops new manufacturing techniques for assembly and connection technology for high-frequency electronics. (Photo: Joachim Hebeler, KIT)
(05.02.2019)Radar Technology from the Printer

KIT research laboratory will develop manufacturing technologies for terahertz microelectronics.

IT security icon (Photo: Laila Tkotz, KIT)
(05.02.2019)Safer Internet Day 2019

Focus on IT security: KIT experts contribute to solutions, provide information, and advise politicians.

(05.02.2019)Roadmap for Cyber Security Research

Scientists of the secUnity joint project present recommendations in Brussels.

In the test facilities of the KArlsruhe Liquid metal LAboratory (KALLA), the thermofluid dynamics of metal melts are explored. (Photo: Karsten Litfin, KIT)
(04.02.2019)Liquid Metal Research: Solutions for the Energy Transition

Technologies made by KIT can essentially contribute to climate protection.

Members of the Hightech Forum of the Federal Government (Photo: BMBF)
(04.02.2019)KIT President Is Member of the Hightech-Forum

Holger Hanselka and 19 other experts advise the Federal Government with respect to future-related issues.

Transport Minister Winfried Hermann (2nd from the left) at the Institute of Vehicle System Technology of KIT (Photo: Amadeus Bramsiepe, KIT)
(30.01.2019)Minister Winfried Hermann at KIT

The Baden-Württemberg Minister of Transport obtains information on current mobility research.

Expertise in high-precision mechanical engineering is needed, for example, in the wire windings of the stator of an electric motor, the so-called hairpins. (Photo: Felix Wirth, KIT)
(28.01.2019)Electromobility: Using Existing Competencies

The "Electric Mobility Transformation Hub" at KIT will be the contact point for SMEs.

 The objects from the 3D printer are still mobile even after printing and can be stimulated by temperature changes, for example. (Graphic: Marc Hippler, KIT)
(24.01.2019)Mobile Microstructrures from the Printer

By means of dynamic 3D printing, microstructures can be moved by light and temperature.

Fighting criminal activities on the Internet is the aim of a Europe-wide project in which KIT jurists are involved (Photo: Markus Breig, KIT)
(24.01.2019)Effectively Combating Darknet Crime

EU project TITANIUM launches police test phase - KIT monitors legal compliance.

Networks of autonomous robots can master challenges that would cause individual machines to fail. (Graphic: Theresa Lösch, KIT)
(23.01.2019)Exploring Foreign Worlds with Robot Teams

Autonomous machines are to jointly cope with difficult tasks in the deep sea or on Mars.

Printed colored perovskite solar cells in the form of the KIT logo. (Photo: IMT/KIT)
(21.01.2019)Photovoltaics - Versatile in Form and Color

Researchers and industrial partners develop printed perovskite solar modules for flexible use in buildings.

Start of  'refuels' project:  Managing director of MiRO Ralf Schairer, Transport Minister  Winfried Hermann, Thomas Hirth, Vice-President of KIT. (Photo: Markus Breig, KIT)
(18.01.2019)Research Offensive on Regenerative Fuels

Transport Minister Hermann: "Fuel production by means of renewable energy serves climate protection."

Happy Birthday, Neumayer Station III: The impressive station in the Antarctica was built 10 years ago. (Photo: Esther Horvath)
(18.01.2019)Atmosphere Research in the Permanent Ice

Neumayer Station III in Antarctica celebrates tenth anniversary – from summer 2019, KIT will operate a new measurement instrument there.

Der Large Hadron Collider, kurz LHC, am CERN in Genf ist der weltgrößte Teilchenbeschleuniger. (Foto: Markus Breig, KIT)
(16.01.2019)KIT at the City Hall: Superaccelerators

The KIT Elementary Particle and Astroparticle Physics Center presents itself and its research acitivities.

Students with notebook (Photo: Markus Breig, KIT)
(15.01.2019)Students Develop Open Source Educational Software

Tools and programs for computer science classes to be developed in a new teaching laboratory.

LED cube (Photo: Patrick Langer, KIT)
(09.01.2019)Strengthening Research on Artificial Intelligence

Two new professorships for AI methods in IT security and materials research at KIT.

Erdbebentätigkeit am Laacher See (Abbildung: Hensch et al.)
(07.01.2019)Deep Earthquakes beneath Laacher See

Study indicates deep low-frequency earthquakes caused by magma migration.

From left: Dr. Olaf Sauer, Prof. Jürgen Beyerer, Prof. Holger Hanselka, Prof. Jürgen Fleischer, Prof. Frank Henning beim Spatenstich (Photo: Amadeus Bramsiepe, KIT)
(07.01.2018)On the way to the Karlsruhe Research Factory

KIT and Fraunhofer establish development and demonstration center for the factory of the future.

Researchers at HIU assemble magnesium batteries under argon shielding gas. (Photo: Laila Tkotz/KIT)
(04.01.2019)Start of the Post-Lithium Age

In the European research project E-MAGIC, a magnesium-based energy storage technology is to be developed.