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Talking w/ geophysicist John Hernlund on how the Earth formed, how it gave rise to life, and the unique environment at ELSI to pursue these questions.
As robots and AI continue to evolve, how will they intersect? #SoftRobotics expert Koichi Suzumori and ExaWizards' Ko Ishiyama discuss.
The Fund supports the Institute in creating a better future through education, research, outreach, and international engagement. Those involved in Fund-supported activities share their stories.
Field testing commenced with aim to improve animal welfare in dairy farming and livestock industries.
Carbon is transported from Earth's surface to the mantle where the oceanic crust subducts beneath continental crust. An international and interdisciplinary team discovered a significant amount of carbon bypasses this route, altering long-term estimates for Earth's global carbon budget.
New findings highlight the importance of Microorganisms in the geochemistry of natural gas and petroleum.
Study opens the door to developing ultrasensitive analytical devices for medical and sports applications.
New system paves the way to construct energetically-independent artificial cells.
The STAR grant is awarded each year to promising young researchers who grapple with research topics that have the potential to become national projects in the future.
The newly discovered Medusavirus give new insights on how organisms and viruses co-evolved.
The International Human Frontier Science Program Organization awards Young Investigators' Grant to study early protein evolution.