Join us for our final KNI Distinguished Webinar with Dr. Teri Odom of Northwestern University on Tuesday, December 7, 2021
The architected nanolattices have the potential to serve as new optical components and devices across infrared frequencies.
Join us on Tuesday, November 16th for an engaging scientific talk and discussion with Dr. R. Lee Penn (University of Minnesota) on their passionate advocacy work in STEM.
The call for proposals for the inaugural KNI FAST Prize is now open. Learn more about this small-scale research award for Caltech faculty & KNI staff collaboration.
Dr. Chad A. Mirkin (Northwestern University) will give the next KNI Distinguished Seminar on Monday, November 1.
Dr. Lucy Li will present her latest research on "Light-Driven Catalysis: Untangling Thermal and Non-thermal Effects".
Welcome Drs. Aisulu Aitbekova and Haozhe Wang!
Congratulations to Dr. Mikhail Shapiro on being named a Howard Hughes Medical Institute (HHMI) Investigator this year!
Dr. Lewis will present her group's latest developments on "Responsive soft matter via 3D multi-material printing" at this free, public event.
Congratulations to Joe Falson on being named a Moore Fellow!
Daraio to lead the Caltech arm of a multi-institute partnership aimed at developing clinically-validated technologies for remote patient healthcare
The KNI welcomes its newest cohort of summer undergraduate research fellows.
Thinner than a human hair, new material can absorb impacts from microparticles traveling at supersonic speeds.
Dr. Ellis Meng will discuss her latest work on "Polymer-based Microfabricated Implants".
The division of Engineering and Applied Science has announced a new awards program recognizing efforts across diversity, equity and inclusion.
Materials Science graduate student Daniel Mukasa is the inaugural recipient of the KNI Catalyst Awards program, which honors scientists for their outstanding commitment to community outreach, diversity, equity and inclusion at Caltech and JPL.
Applied Physics graduate student Haley Bauser is the inaugural recipient of the KNI Catalyst Awards program, which honors scientists for their outstanding commitment to community outreach, diversity, equity and inclusion at Caltech and JPL.
KNI is delighted to recognize nanoscience community members who are actively engaged in building a more diverse, equitable, and inclusive environment at Caltech and in STEM.
Harry A. Atwater, the Howard Hughes Professor of Applied Physics and Materials Science and founding KNI faculty board member, has been selected as the new chair of the Division of Engineering and Applied Science.
Dr. McEuen will give a talk on "Microscopic Robots?" at this free, public event.
Dr. Gallant will give a talk on "Advancing the Materials and Chemistry of High-Energy Batteries" at this free, public event.
Wei Gao, Assistant Professor of Medical Engineering, has been selected to receive the prestigious 3M Non-Tenured Faculty Award from 3M Corporation.
Dr. Jeong Hoon Ko will discuss his work on "Polymer Coating of Gas Vesicles for Extended Ultrasound Bioimaging"
A collaboration involving the Rothemund and Atwater labs led to the design of 3,000 DNA molecules which were precisely positioned and oriented on a single chip.
KNI-affiliated faculty members Wei Gao and Nick Hutzler are among two of this year's recipients of the prestigious award
Dr. Jaimie Marie Stewart will discuss her work on "Synthesis and Characterization of RNA Condensates".
Dr. Zhenan Bao will discuss "Skin-Inspired Organic Electronics" at this free, public event.
The Kavli Nanoscience Institute has established the Catalyst Award program to formally recognize community members who are advancing equity, inclusion and diversity across Caltech and STEM channels.
Assistant Professor Wei Gao will discuss his lab's latest work on biosensors for non-invasive analysis, including testing for SARS-CoV-2.