Kavli News


Scientists used to think most of the exchange of information between cells was conducted at the surface.


A half-mile down in an old iron ore mine in Minnesota, incredibly sensitive detectors have been waiting for a particle of dark matter to make itself known.


KNI at Caltech recently celebrated the completion of its new cleanroom facility -- a facility that includes nanotechnology-based platforms allowing scientists to detect a multitude of proteins in the body at one time.


NASA has selected a proposal by an MIT-led team to develop plans for an array of radio telescopes on the far side of the moon that would probe the earliest formation of the basic structures of the universe.


A new Bionanoscience department will be created at TU Delft. Bionanoscience concerns research at the meeting point of biology and nanotechnology meet and is as yet largely unexplored.


MIT faculty and students will play substantial roles on two of the seven teams that NASA selected to be part of its virtual Lunar Science Institute.


KNI Professor Hirosi Ooguri is a co-recipient of the first ever Leonard Eisenbud Prize for Mathematics and Physics, awarded by the American Mathematical Society (AMS).


KIPAC at Stanford University researcher Steve Allen has been awarded a share of the 2008 Rossi Prize by the High Energy Astrophysics Division of the American Astronomical Society (AAS).


The Kavli Institute for Systems Neuroscience at the Norwegian University of Science and Technology becomes the 15th Kavli Institute worldwide.


The Kavli Institute has named Ooguri as its first Fred Kavli Professor of Theoretical Physics.