Advancing Basic Science for Humanity
The Kavli Foundation
Astrophysically speaking, Star Wars' Yoda was wrong when he said "size matters not"
Subtle differences between cells’ DNA could play a part in brain development as well as disorders.
A new generation of microscale robots promises to wed semiconductors, solar cells, and sensors with complex 3D origami shapes and functions.
A new study says dark matter shouldn't be written off in accounting for a weird glow in our Milky Way
A team of researchers from Japan identify 1800 new supernovae, including 58 Type Ia supernovae 8 billion light years away.
In mouse study, neonatal exposure changed biochemistry of reward circuitry.
Study of human brains links gene activity to disorder's severity, flagging targets for future therapies
Neurons created during adulthood have an outsized impact on mood and memory.
Scientists make progress on predicting Alzheimer’s disease decades before symptoms appear.
Michael Turner, early star explosions, value-based decision-making, and microbots