Events for science and the public
We take up pressing questions from science and society and would like to discuss them with you: Are renewable energies able to cover the demand for energy? What ethical questions does the use of genetic engineering raise? How can science help politics to make good decisions? What role does the media play in science communication? These are just some of the questions that we would like to put up for debate and that we want to discuss with scientists, students, public figures and citizens.
With our events, we want to enhance the exchange between science and society. In doing so, we want to involve actors from science, politics, economy, the media, culture and society and put forward their different perspectives.
We are looking forward to your participation at our varied programme!
One of the main lecture series at KIT with current social and scientific topics.Further Information
Event once per semester in Karlsruhe’s city hall during which the KIT centres give insights into their research for the public.Further Information
Two-day programme at the final weekend of the KIT Science Week with lectures, panel discussions, film nights and readings.Further Information
Various individual events as well as events with often long-term partners within and outside of KIT, on city, regional and supra-regional level.Further Information
Format of the city’s „Wissenschaftsbüro“ in which Karlsruhe‘s scientific institutions (amongst others ZAK) invite the public to explore their world of research.Further Information