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Questions and Answers Relating to the Corona Virus

KIT is prepared and capable of acting. Updated FAQ: Bistro at CN / Resumption of Regular Operations / KIT-library (as of April 30, 2020)

Symboldbild: Stilisiertes Corona-Virus
Corona Pandemic: Research and Support Activities at KIT

KIT supports efforts to manage the Corona crisis by research and material contributions and scientific and technical services.

Using knowledge about biological systems to work ecologically: This is the basic idea of the bio-economy. (Photo: Gabi Zachmann, KIT)
Livestream: Lecture Series Bioeconomy

Colloquium Fundamentale focuses on the challenges of a sustainable, biobased economy.

With its essential oils, mint keeps weeds at bay - the menthone it contains could be the basis for environmentally friendly bio-herbicides. (Photo: Jana Müller)
Mint Scent Inhibits the Growth of Weeds

New approach to sustainable weed control based on studies of biological communication between plants.

The production of a visor by 3D printing takes about three hours per piece. (Photo: wbk, KIT)
KIT Supports Hospitals in Karlsruhe with Protective Equipment

Corona aid: Masks and face shields are delivered to the municipal hospital and ViDia clinics, for example.

The particle accelerator experiment Belle II is on the search for the origins of the universe. (Photo: Felix Metzner, KIT)
In Search of the Z‘ Boson

KIT scientists are involved in the Belle II accelerator experiment, which has now published first results.

Data Protection for Corona Tracing Apps

Professor Thorsten Strufe and his team compared and investigated centralized and decentralized approaches.

KIT Still Popular with Personnel Managers

KIT graduates continue to be highly appreciated by personnel managers of medium-sized and large German companies.

KARA Supports Corona Research

With the Karlsruhe Research Accelerator (KARA), the KIT provides another infrastructure.

Currently, Risklayer counts 32,024 cases of corona infections in Germany (as of March 24, 2020). (Picture: James Daniell, KIT/Risklayer)
Data Analysis: Spread of the Corona Virus

KIT and Risklayer collect current data on the development of the corona pandemic.

5G Test Environment in Karlsruhe

Focus on networked industry - research project addresses small and medium-sized enterprises.