What has a nappy to do with the desalination of seawater? Why do fungi cause famines, but also create jobs? How do players communities contribute to AIDS research? And what does an atomic nucleus have to do with a bee? – These and other questions will be answered at the third “Science Night” that will present about 20 lectures from various areas on November 24, 2017, 8 pm, at Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT).
For the program and further information, click http://www.ndw-ka.de (in German only).
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