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Science Spotlights

Spotlight Live: Secrets of the Universe’s First Light
Apr 14, 2014

John Carlstrom, Walter Ogburn, Michael Turner and Abigail Vieregg talk about the first hard evidence that the universe swelled from microscopic to cosmic size in less than the blink of an eye.

Apr 04, 2014

We live in the Age of Silicon, yet silicon microprocessors have begun to show signs of age, and for all its flexibility, silicon may be part of the problem. Is silicon up for the challenge, or are we entering a new age? And if so, what might that be? We invited five experts to discuss the future of silicon.

Apr 04, 2014

During an annual conference, “Dark Matter 2014," hosted at University of California, Los Angeles, three leading physicists spent an hour discussing dark matter and its biggest highlights and prospects for future progress.

Apr 04, 2014

For most of us, a declining memory is a normal consequence of growing old. But why? What’s happening in the brain that causes age-related memory decline, and is there anything we can do to slow this decline? Three neuroscientists spoke recently with The Kavli Foundation about this emerging consensus, and what they hope to learn in coming years about the changing landscape of memory as we age.

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