Advancing Basic Science for Humanity
Director of Communications
The Kavli Foundation
Findings could lead to new therapies for dehydration and excessive thirst.
Columbia researchers have developed a new microscope that can image living things in 3D at very high speeds.
Berkeley Lab researchers uncover hidden structures that may be key to increasing performance of organic semiconductor thin films.
Kavli IPMU researchers develop a better understanding of the evolution of dark matter in galaxies.
Berkeley Lab and UC Berkeley team engineers the shape and properties of nanoscale strips of graphene.
KIND Researchers have discovered that DNA folding proteins fluctuate spontaneously, a discovery that changes our view on DNA organization in cells.
Mounting research suggests the microbiome may offer a pathway to new therapies for psychiatric and neurological disorders.
The Federation of European Neuroscience Societies (FENS) and The Kavli Foundation have announced the first FENS-Kavli Scholars.
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.