Advancing Basic Science for Humanity
President Barack Obama met in the Oval Office the six U.S. recipients of the 2012 Kavli Prizes.
To the surprise of scientists, a higher fraction of binary star systems are found at the outskirts of a young star cluster than in its center, despite the gravitational pull of the cluster’s core.
A research team has found a way to predict how the spin of every electron in certain electronic materials could be entangled with another electron's spin.
With a new 51 million investment, TU Delft and Leiden University will be exploring the frontiers of the ‘NanoFront’.
A state-of-the-art simulations demonstrates that gravity isn’t the sole arbiter of a spinning black hole’s behavior.
Winning work appeared in The New York Times, The Seattle Times, Smithsonian Magazine, KQED QUEST and WGBH/NOVA and others.
Kunio Inoue, Principal Investigator of Kavli IPMU and Professor of Research at Tohoku University, receives the 2012 Nishina Memorial Prize.
Hirosi Ooguri, Fred Kavli Chair at CalTech and Principal Investigator at Kavli IPMU is now a Fellow of the American Mathematical Society (AMS).