Advancing Basic Science for Humanity
President George W. Bush and his Science Advisor, Dr. John Marburger honored the first U.S. recipients of the Kavli Prize.
KISN at NTNU has been awarded a grant of NOK 20 million (over 3 million US) from the European Research Council (ERC).
Edvard and May-Britt Moser share the Erik K Fernström Foundation's Nordic prize of SEK 1 million.
In a ceremony at Oslo Concert Hall, seven pioneering researchers were honored as the first Kavli Prize laureates.
The tiny cilia found on brain cells of mammals, thought to be vestiges of a primeval past, may actually play a critical role in relaying molecular signals that spur creation of neurons.
Scientists used to think most of the exchange of information between cells was conducted at the surface.
The Kavli Institute for Systems Neuroscience at the Norwegian University of Science and Technology becomes the 15th Kavli Institute worldwide.
Elman receives prize honoring outstanding contributions to the theoretical foundations of cognitive science.