Five individual athletes, one coach and a championship-winning team make up the third induction group.
In 2006, Paul Rothemund (BS '94) published a paper in Nature detailing his new method for folding DNA into shapes and patterns. Ten years later, the field has grown considerably.
First presented in 1966, the award is the highest honor the Institute bestows upon its graduates.
Clarkston, Washington toPortland, OregonOctober 8-14, 2016
Forecasting elections is becoming more sophisticated, thanks in part to methods developed by Erin Hartman (BS ’07).
How the Challenger disaster inspired Caltech alumnus Gregg Wright (BS '69) to honor courage and excellence in education.
The NY Times asks Ken Libbrecht (BS ’80): Is it true that no two snowflakes are the same? Never, ever ever?