Advancing Basic Science for Humanity
Director of Communications and
The Kavli Foundation
MIT-developed system could provide drinking water even in extremely arid locations.
Applications could include ultrafast wireless communications, high-voltage switches and high-intensity lighting and photonics.
Rockefeller researchers report on an unusual cell-death process whose discovery could shed new light on how cells bury their dead.
Salk team charts pathway for fear in worms to reveal more about human anxiety
Technique doesn’t require the addition of sensing molecules from outside the cells.
Signals suggest black hole emits a jet of energy proportional to the stellar material it gobbles up.
The processes that bring about "Hoptunes" likely extend to the rise of hot, Jupiter-like gas giants, too, pointing to a shared origin.
Platform optimizes the design of new, tunable catalytic systems.
Adult ‘neurogenesis,’ observed in other species, appears not to occur in humans.
The technique creates create atomically thin fabrics that may have applications in the electronics industry.