Advancing Basic Science for Humanity
Director of Communications and
The Kavli Foundation
The group reports remarkably clear observations of excitons – electrically neutral quasiparticles – in bilayer graphene.
Origami-inspired muscles are both soft and strong, and can be made for less than $1
New approach to characterizing and understanding exotic charge-ordered phases in which electrons are ordered into periodic patterns.
The small, portable diagnostic system about the size of a lunchbox contains a blood sample test strip, like those used by diabetics.
The discovery, made in the nematode C. elegans, has implications for humans and other vertebrates.
Findings present a puzzle as to how such a huge object could have grown so quickly.
Walter was recognized for “elucidating the unfolded protein response, a cellular quality-control system..."
A new dark-matter candidate is slowly gaining followers and observational support.
Salk, UC San Diego scientists have discovered that the fruit fly brain has an elegant and efficient way of performing similarity searches.
Massive analysis of gene expression finds human-specific differences in the striatum, cerebellum and other brain areas.