Kavli News


Caltech researchers develop quick, low-cost, and portable microchip for immune monitoring and clinical applications


New research shows our home galaxy belongs to a rare subset among the billions that populate the cosmos.


Improved tissue grafts designed by Cornell scientists that promote vascular growth could hasten healing.


What researchers once thought might be a supersolid transition is revisited in Science.


The famous Crab Nebula supernova remnant has erupted in an enormous flare five times more powerful than any flare previously seen from the object. On April 12, NASA's Fermi Gamma-ray Space Telescope first detected the outburst, which lasted six days.


Members of four Kavli Insttutes have been elected to the National Academy of Sciences: Paul McEuen, Director, KIC; Boris Shraiman, permanent member, KITP; Michael Goldberg, member, KIBS; and X. Sunney Xie, participant in the KIBST.


Biomaterials pioneer aims to harness network of institutes to develop a new theoretical framework for understanding biological process at the nanoscale.


The first 18 months of Fermi's Large Area Telescope (LAT) observations of the Sun have been combed through, and a research team reports that there are two distinct components of emission from the direction of the Sun.


Edvard and May-Britt Moser received the 2011 Louis-Jeantet Prize for Medicine for their pioneering work with grid cells in the brain.


The April 2011 issue of Physics Today features a cover story on how cosmologists use computer simulations to gian insights written by KIPAC's Tom Abel.