The Kavli Foundation supports Astrophysics, Nanoscience, Neuroscience and Theoretical Physics by developing educational resources, which are available at no cost to teachers at accredited institutions, as well as graduate, undergraduate and high school students.
Through outreach and education programs, many Kavli Institutes have also created resources directed to teachers, students and the general public.
Institute Outreach Programs
Many Kavli Institutes operate or participate in outreach programs aimed at assisting teachers, educating students and engaging the general public. Most of these outreach programs provide resources accessible online by visiting their websites. Learn More
How did the universe begin? What is it like to explore the world of the infinitesimal? How does the brain make us who we are? The Kavli Foundation has produced four videos that explore the frontiers of Astrophysics, Nanoscience and Neuroscience. In addition, in-depth interviews with seven of the most noted researchers in their fields provide personal insights in their work, and Alan Alda leads four engaging panels featuring the directors of the Kavli Institutes. Learn More
The Kavli Foundation has published three special overviews that explore the frontiers of Astrophysics, Nanoscience and Neuroscience. Spotlight stories provide a detailed look at the research being conducted by the Kavli Institutes and Professors, as well as take readers inside special initiatives such as the Kavli Futures Symposia -- with new articles being added regularly. Learn More
The Physics Education Technology Project (PhET)
The Physics Education Technology Project (PhET) is a library of 75 free online educational simulations that demonstrate principles in physics, chemistry, biology, earth science and mathematics. Based at the University of Colorado in Boulder, and sponsored in part by The Kavli Foundation, these engaging interactive simulations can be used in a classroom or at home, in place of traditional hands-on experiments. Learn More
The Kavli Foundation Newsletter
A quarterly newsletter that explores the latest research of the Kavli Institutes and Professors, this publication is available at no charge to all subscribers. Delivered by e-mail, feature pieces also highlight The Kavli Prize and the latest activities of The Kavli Foundation, as well as provide updates to new resources available to educators and the public. Sign up for the Newsletter.