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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


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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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


Sustainable industrial products – How the change of direction in production succeeds

Efficient and economical use of natural resources is considered an essential factor for sustainable development. More than 40 participants accepted the invitation to the...More


Making chemical plastics recycling respectable

A pyrolysis process for the chemical recycling of mixed plastic waste has been developed at the KIT Institute for Technical Chemistry. ARCUS Greencycling Technologies GmbH relies...More


Professions in technology transfer: Relations Manager

Communication with technology companies is essential in the transfer of research results into industrial applications. We met Dr. Markus Florian Bauer for an interview. He tells...More

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ICM InnovationChallenge Hackathon: It's a Match!

Learn more about what InnovationChallenge is and how the participants of the first digital hackathon feel about the format.More


The EU project KTUR enters final spurt

Since 2019, the EU project "Knowledge Transfer Upper Rhine" (KTUR) has been driving knowledge and technology transfer in the trinational Upper Rhine region. On October 12, 2021,...More


Project planning with added value

Researchers from KIT have developed a project management tool for maintenance, deconstruction, and large-scale construction projects in cooperation with RODIAS GmbH. The software...More

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