Kavli News

05/22/2015

Researchers have come a step closer to building one of the world’s advanced dark matter detectors after a crucial government review.

05/20/2015

A team of astronomers observe a supernova smash into its companion star; resulting ultraviolet pulse points to supernova’s origin story.

05/19/2015

Seeking to expand how we observe and understand the universe where we live, the National Science Foundation today helped dedicate the Advanced Laser Interferometer Gravitational Wave Observatories (Advanced LIGO) at the LIGO Hanford facility in Richland, Wash.

05/15/2015

Microlenses—with widths one hundredth of a human hair—set the stage for minuscule cameras, microscopes and novel devices.

05/15/2015

Researchers have created nanodevices that can reveal the shape of individual molecules.

05/15/2015

Berkeley Lab researchers discover 1-dimensional conducting channels in bilayer graphene.

05/14/2015

Researchers celebrated the new clean room, where they will begin to assemble the largest digital camera ever built.

05/13/2015

Astronomers have partially solved an epic whodunit: what kills galaxies so that they can no longer produce new stars?

05/12/2015

Neurobiologists describe the process that allows for enhanced information processing

05/05/2015

For the first time in its 70-year history, the AAAS Kavli Science Journalism Awards program will this year accept entries from reporters working worldwide.

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