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  • The amazing flexibility of the human mind

    5/24/2017 - Max Planck Society

    Even learning to read in your thirties profoundly transforms brain networks  
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  • 2017 Annual Celebration of KIT: Success through Networking

    5/24/2017 - Karlsruhe Institute of Technology

    Fascination of Science: Research for the Society’s Areas of Demand of Energy, Mobility, Information Based on a Wide Scope of Scientific Disciplines  
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  • Joint Campus Radio Will Go on Air

    5/24/2017 - Karlsruhe Institute of Technology

    Students of KIT and Four Other Universities in Karlsruhe Plan Joint Program  
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  • KIT’s Supercomputer Is Excellent in All Respects

    5/24/2017 - Karlsruhe Institute of Technology

    KIT’s New Computing Center with Its High-performance Computer Is Granted Energy Efficiency Prize - Researchers from All over Germany Can Use the Petaflop System  
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  • Konferenz zur Zukunft von Erasmus+

    5/23/2017 - German Academic Exchange Service

    Bonn, 24.5.2017. Seit 30 Jahren bietet das europäische Bildungsprogramm Erasmus Studierenden, Lehrenden und administrativem Hochschulpersonal die Möglichkeit,  
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  • Forum für Wissenschaftsaustausch mit Südostasien

    5/23/2017 - German Academic Exchange Service

    Hanoi, 23. Mai 2017. Zweihundert südostasiatische Hochschulabsolventen, die mit einem Stipendium des Deutschen Akademischen Austauschdienstes (DAAD) in Deutschland studiert  
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  • Initiativbewerbung für die Sachbearbeitung in unseren Fachgruppen

    5/22/2017 - German Research Foundation

  • Oldest hominin possibly lived in Europe

    5/22/2017 - Research In Germany

    The lineages of chimpanzees and humans may have split several hundred thousand earlier than hitherto assumed, according to an international research team headed by Professor  
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  • Turmoil in sluggish electrons’ existence

    5/22/2017 - Research In Germany

    An international team of physicists has monitored the scattering behavior of electrons in a non-conducting material in real-time. Their insights could be beneficial for  
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  • Healthy cooking with inexpensive gas sensors

    5/22/2017 - Research In Germany

    SCIENION and the COLODOR consortium announce the development of sensors for the detection of toxic volatile organic compounds in modern cooking equipment.  
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