Kavli News


Norwegian Prime Minister Jens Stoltenberg officially opened The Norwegian Brain Centre at Norwegian University of Science and Technolog.


For every typical star in our galaxy, there may be up to 100,000 “nomad planets” not tied to any solar system.


Vesa Niinikangas, President of the World Federation of Science Journalists announced the recipients of eight travel awards to discover science in Norway and attend the 2012 Kavli Prize Ceremony in Oslo, Norway, 3rd to 6th September.


Images produced by the Planck satellite have revealed an enormous cloud of electrons traveling near the speed of light in the heart of our Galaxy, the Milky Way.


The National Academy of Sciences' Kavli Frontiers of Science symposium program has entered into a new partnership with Israel.


The Univeristy of Tokyo has joined the Kavli family with the Institute for the Physics and Mathematics of the Universe (Kavli IPMU).


Thanks to the presence of a natural "zoom lens" in space, NASA's Hubble Space Telescope got a uniquely close-up look at the brightest "magnified" galaxy yet discovered.


The Kavli Institute for Theoretical Physics (KITP) at UC Santa Barbara has been awarded $2.5 million by the Simons Foundation to support the work of leading scientists on extended visits at the world-renowned research center.


Using NASA's Hubble Space Telescope, astronomers have uncovered a cluster of galaxies in the initial stages of development. It is the most distant such grouping ever observed in the early universe.


New data helps astronomers understand the origin of cosmic rays and subatomic particles.