Kavli News

11/21/2011

Researchers at UCLA report in the journal ACS Nano that they have developed a unique method for producing new electrodes that are both flexible and highly conductive.

11/17/2011

Researchers develop world’s lightest solid material, approximately 100 times lighter than Styrofoam.

11/15/2011

New research at Harvard and the University of California, Santa Barbara (UCSB), helps to explain how columbines have achieved a rapid radiation of approximately 70 species, with flowers apparently tailored to the length of their pollinators' tongues.

11/09/2011

Stories on use of genetic analysis to help save a boy imperiled by a devastating disease, on the potential impact of climate change in two localities, and on the secret lives of scientists and engineers are among the winners of the 2011 AAAS Kavli Science Journalism Awards.

11/01/2011

Exciting news for the Kavli Institute of Nanoscience of Delft University of Technology (TU Delft) and SRON Netherlands Institute for Space Research, they will provide the key detector technology for GUSSTO's 4.7 THz Space camera.

10/27/2011

The USA Science & Engineering Festival is accepting submissions for the 2012 Kavli “Save the World Through Science & Engineering” Video Contest.

10/25/2011

Most genes associated with psychiatric illnesses are expressed before birth. Genetic differences by gender also exist.

10/24/2011

The National Academy of Sciences' Kavli Frontiers of Science symposium program has entered into a new partnership with Indonesia.

10/18/2011

Researchers created atomic-level disorder in order to probe the workings of heavy fermion compounds. Mohammad Hamidian discusses how this work, and a new tool created at Cornell, may help revolutionze computer technology.

10/18/2011

One hundred twenty-two young scientists have been selected for the U.S. and Chinese-American Kavli Frontiers of Science symposia.

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