Kavli News


An examination of middle-aged star clusters reveals an unexpectedly narrow age range among their stars, suggesting that large groups of stars evolve differently than previously understood.


Scientists working on the three newest dark matter experiments are hopeful that we’ll soon understand a quarter.


Caltech researchers are taking the first steps toward harnessing energy that goes untapped in traditional solar cells.


New research suggests electrode implants could prevent loss of consciousness during and following seizures.


The U.S., Europe and Asia have launched big brain research projects. What impact will they have? Scientists integral to three projects respond in a roundtable discussion ahead of a special session hosted by the Society for Neuroscience.


NASA has officially confirmed the Transiting Exoplanet Survey Satellite mission, clearing it to move forward into the development phase.


Stories exploring the complexities of human biology, the influences of our fishy evolutionary forebears on how we look, and the enduring challenge of understanding cancer, are among the winners of the 2014 AAAS Kavli Science Journalism Awards.


Berkeley Researchers Create Unique Graphene Nanopores with Optical Antennas for DNA Sequencing


Berkeley Lab reports method for symmetry-breaking in feedback-driven self-assembly of optical metamaterials.


An initiative led by UC San Diego, Cal-BRAIN, is a statewide research grants program that aims to revolutionize our understanding of the brain.