ACS's Ronald Breslow Award for Achievement in Biomimetic Chemistry is sponsored by the Ronald Breslow Award Endowment.
KNI SURF fellow Joshua Yang is a rising senior at University of Texas, Austin, who is studying super-conducting quantum circuits.
Maggie Anderson is conducting research in the KNI as part of her summer research fellowship.
Bloomberg interviews professor Ali Hajimiri to discuss his latest -- and perhaps boldest -- research project.
KNI faculty board member Harry Atwater serves as an advisor on the $100M Breakthrough Starshot Program.
Professor Jacqueline Barton is 1 of only 3 recipients of this year's Centenary Prize by the Royal Society of Chemistry.
Andrei Faraon has been selected to receive the 2018 Adolph Lomb medal from the Optical Society of America.
Hyuck Choo's group develops a solution to glaucoma-based blindness that models nanostructures found on butterfly wings.
In a project funded by the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA), researchers from NIST, UCSB and Caltech - including KNI faculty board member Kerry Vahala - have made a remarkable breakthrough in optical frequency synthesizers.
The Kavli Nanoscience Institute was pleased to host a Kavli Futures Symposium on the Frontiers of Condensed Matter Physics. This special one-day symposium brought together experts to discuss emerging physics and technology from the edge states of surfaces & interfaces of novel materials and nano-metamaterials.
KNI Faculty Board Member Julia Greer's research on improving the lifespan of batteries was highlighted in Caltech's recent Break Through story.
Paul Asimow and his research group examine the properties of exotic solids known as quasicrystals via high-impact shock recovery experiments.
Grad student collaboration from the tennis courts to the lab leads to a surprising discovery in microscopy.
In this featured article, EAS Division Chair Guruswami Ravichandran explains how “the marriage of quantum science and engineering has the potential to result in technologies that can revolutionize all aspects of science.”
In this special Watson Lecture Series, Andrei Faraon, recipient of the 2016 KNI-Wheatley Scholar program, will discuss his recent research achievements in Flat Metasurface Optics.