Kavli News


Physicist Prof. Herre van der Zant has been awarded an ERC Advanced Grant from the European Research Council.


With a new 51 million investment, TU Delft and Leiden University will be exploring the frontiers of the ‘NanoFront’.


The European Union today announced they would finance 15 million euros for TU Delft and Leiden University to study quantum computing.


Engineers at Caltech have created a device that can focus light into a point just a few nanometers  across.


Researchers have peered back to the era of the first stars and galaxies, and found matter with no discernible trace of heavy elements.


A research team has conducted  the first known direct measurements of hot electrons cooling down in graphene -- providing insights into the fundamental nature of graphene, which may one day be used in anything from photodetectors to non-silicon transistors.


A team of researchers at the University of California, San Diego and the Institut Pasteur, Paris has come up with a novel way to describe a time-dependent brain development based on coherent–gene-groups (CGGs) and transcription-factors (TFs) hierarchy.


Headed by Kavli Institute co-director May-Britt Moser, the new Centre for Neural Computation at NTNU aims to crack the “Enigma” of the brain – its neural codes.


A state-of-the-art simulations demonstrates that gravity isn’t the sole arbiter of a spinning black hole’s behavior.


Video highlights initiative at California NanoSystems Institute that unobtrusively turns home and building windows into energy producers.