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Researchers at Delft University of Technology and Oxford University have  announced a new type of nanopore device that could help in developing fast and cheap genetic analysis.


A team of researchers led by Paul Weiss, UCLA’s Fred Kavli Chair in NanoSystems Sciences, has developed a tool capable of measuring the interactions between single molecules and the surfaces to which the molecules are attached.


Among those honored are science communicators reporting for The New York Times, NOVA scienceNOW, NPR, Slate and High Country News.


Observations of the Universe’s expansion rate suggest that dark matter and dark energy dominate the large scale evolution of the Universe.


A team of astronomers has found evidence that the Universe may have gone through a warming trend early in its history.


Scientists at TU Delft's Kavli Institute have developed a new instrument for measuring the extent to which individual DNA molecules resist twisting.


The winners of the USA Science & Engineering Kavli Science Video Contest were announced on October 24at at the festival's Expo at the National Mall in Washington, D.C.


President Obama will host the White House Science Fair, kicking off week that culminates in USA Science and Engineering Festival.


New York University has received a $1.6 million National Science Foundation grant to upgrade its Structural DNA Nanotechnology facility -- a facility directed by Kavli Prize laureate Nadrian Seeman.


In an opening speech before the Kavli Prize Science Forum: 2010 in Oslo, Norway's Minister of Foreign Affairs, Jonas Ghar Støre, pressed the need for recognizing the wide impact of global climate change.