Kavli News

12/09/2010

Publishing in the journal Cell, remarkable progress in understanding how stem cell biology works has been reported by an interdisciplinary team of leading scientists from biology, physics, and engineering. 

12/08/2010

Cornell researchers have developed a novel way to synthesize a fuel cell electrocatalytic material without breaking the bank.

12/07/2010

Scientists' murky understanding of dark energy may have just gotten a little clearer, thanks to recent work by a team of researchers that includes astrophysicist Neelima Sehgal of the Kavli Institute for Particle Astrophysics and Cosmology at SLAC.

12/07/2010

The Kavli Institute for Brain and Mind (KIBM) at UC San Diego, will administer a $1 million gift from the W.M. Keck Foundation.

12/02/2010

A new study predicts for the first time where neutron star mergers are likely to occur in the local galactic neighborhood.

11/28/2010

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.

11/17/2010

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.

11/10/2010

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

11/04/2010

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

11/02/2010

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

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