Kavli News

10/20/2014

Physicist Hitoshi Murayama addresses the critical importance of international science endeavors toward increasing peace and development around the world.

10/17/2014

Columbia University today announced the establishment of an interdisciplinary NeuroTechnology Center with a mission to develop advanced optical, electrical and computational technologies for the study of complex neurobiological systems.

10/16/2014

Model predicts a bright hot star that is the binary companion to an exploding object remains after the explosion, which hasimportant implications for the evolution of massive stars

10/14/2014

MKI's Deepto Chakrabarty discusses a newly discovered pulsar that raises questions about a mysterious category of cosmic objects called ultraluminous X-ray sources.

10/08/2014

2014 Kavli Prize laureate Stefan Hell is a recipient of the 2014 Nobel Prize in Chemistry.

10/08/2014

The pulsar, about as large as the city of Boston, is 10 million times brighter than the sun.

10/06/2014

New data from the XMASS cryogenic dark matter detector rules out one form of dark matter, bosonic super-WIMPS.

10/06/2014

Nobel Prize shared by 2014 Kavli Prize Winner in Neuroscience, leadership of the Kavli Institute for Systems Neuroscience at the Norwegian University of Science and Technology.

10/01/2014

BRAIN Initiative grant toward studying the connections that make long-term memories.

09/26/2014

Berkeley Lab scientists may have found a new catalyst for reducing carbon dioxide bringing, us closer to artificial photosynthesis.

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