Advancing Basic Science for Humanity
Director of Communications and
The Kavli Foundation
Discovery challenges current ideas of how and where such super-charged supernovas occur.
Study in mice answers long-standing scientific question about the brain’s ability to drive movement.
Insight on how stability affects structure Harvard-led research.
New findings have implications for the study of superconductivity and theoretical models of the origin of the universe.
Researchers have found evidence of particles that are their own antiparticles. The discovery could help make quantum computers more robust.
First experimental evidence of "orbital-selective" electron pairing in an iron-based high-temperature superconductor.
Researchers will aim to invent an implanted brain-interface device that could transform how artificial systems enhance brain functions.
After treatment, brain-injured mice perform as well as normal mice on memory tests.
The earliest galaxies, which illuminated and ionized the Universe, formed early, less than 800 million years after the Big Bang.
By applying a new computational analysis, astronomers obtained images ten times sharper than what Hubble could achieve on its own.