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NEULAND Innovation Day presents: Technologies at KIT

On July 6, 2022: KIT provides insight into its diverse innovation activities and technologies - Keynotes and lectures in livestreams as well as 10 years of Innovation CompetitionMore


NEULAND appears in new splendor

The new blog structure allows a direct insight into exciting transfer projects at KIT as well as an easier orientation on the page.More

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Professions in technology transfer: Incubator management

Technology transfer at KIT not only aims at creating optimal conditions for industrial cooperation, but also at providing technology-oriented spin-offs with good growth...More


From Karlsruhe to California: Kites’ Dream of a World without Language Barriers

In the summer of 2021, German start-up company kites was acquisitioned by Zoom. The team of scientists, focusing on language technologies, will continue working on its solutions...More


The positive turn for carbon dioxide: How greenhouse gas becomes a raw material

In the joint project NECOC, a pilot plant for the conversion of climate-damaging carbon dioxide (CO2) from ambient air into solid carbon as a usable raw material for industrial...More

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Connected. Interested. Committed. – How alumni enrich transfer

Since 2016, KIT has been dealing with the systematic integration of alumni working in industry into science-related knowledge and technology transfer. In an interview, we spoke...More


Back to the past: What became of NEULAND projects?

Since 2011, NEULAND Magazine has highlighted numerous innovation projects from the early phase to further development with project partners to spin-offs. It‘s time to take look...More


Fresh ideas at KIT celebrate anniversary!

Fresh ideas at KIT celebrate anniversary: In 2022, the NEULAND Innovation Contest will take place for the 10th time. Be part of it and submit your clever ideas or projects now.More

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Professions in technology transfer: project leader

The EU project Knowledge Transfer Upper Rhine (KTUR) has started in October 2019. Ulrike Witt from KIT is responsible for the overall coordination of the project. In interview,...More

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Who invented it?

In 2021, 120 invention disclosures were filed at KIT. A remarkable number, which indicates the inventive spirit of KIT employees. We explain what constitutes an invention...More

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