The 2016-17 issue of the Caltech Alumni Association's Annual is out now!
As a reporter for NPR’s science desk, Michaeleen Doucleff (BS ’98) is quickly gaining a reputation for informative health journalism.
How Ian Agol (BS ’92) put the finishing stroke on a three-decades-old grand vision of mathematics—for which he won the 2016 Breakthrough Prize.
Neuroscientist Sam Wang (BS ’86) became famous for his hobby—-analyzing elections. Like many others, he predicted Hillary Clinton would win. Wang was so confident in the data, he then made a promise he would have to fulfill...
Senior Lauren Li has received a Watson Fellowship to study the effects of music therapy on trauma survivors.
Teagan Wall (PhD '15) on Bill Nye and Scientific Storytelling
Experiments reveal a new mechanism that could explain the source of a destructive feature of the 2011 Tohoku earthquake.
In the laboratory of Viviana Gradinaru (BS '05)-Transparent bones enable researchers to observe the stem cells inside.