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Setting new standards: Technology transfer through norms

The development of ever newer, more powerful cell systems is accompanied by reliable safety testing of lithium-ion cells. KIT researchers are working with other partners from...More


New opportunity at the InnovationChallenge 2023: Fast and practical.

The InnovationChallenge Sustainable Production and Mobility will enter its second round in early 2023. The funding program brings together concrete research challenges from...More

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Checklist: Well prepared for technology transfer

It is a long way from the creation of a technical solution via its research-related realization to its implementation with an industrial partner, with some obstacles. The...More

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Dialogue at the Theme Day: Second Life for old tiles

How do we construct and operate buildings in a sustainable and climate-neutral way? The KIT Business Club's theme day in November 2022 on sustainability and resilience in...More


Carbon fibers – A material with health risks?

In the joint project "Carbon Fibre Cycle", KIT researchers are investigating how carbon fibers behave during recycling and whether there is a health hazard for those involved.More


Humidity guard for agriculture

In order to optimize irrigation in agriculture, KIT researchers together with TRUEBNER GmbH have developed an electronic soil humidity sensor that detects the plant-available...More


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

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