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Caltech’s Center for Autonomous Systems and Technologies announced five ambitious goals to guide its work
The presitigous National Academy of Sciences elected 5 Caltech alumni and 2 faculty this year.
Techers in the food and beverage industry offer up dinner and drinks for the perfect night in
An essay by Nicola Peill-Moelter (PhD ’97), Director of Sustainability Innovation at VMware
Reunion Weekend and 82nd Annual Seminar Day are May 16-19, 2019! Come back to campus and join the fun.
“Clouds and Climate Tipping Points” by Tapio Schneider, April 24, 2019
Techers take over our Instagram account to share their life experiences and perspectives
Harold McGee (BS ’73), the “godfather of molecular gastronomy,” on how the science of cooking became popular
Techers share their thoughts on the ideas and inventions that will shape our world over the coming decades
“Tiny Chips for Brain-Body-Machine Interfaces” by Azita Emami, April 3, 2019
Adrian Hightower (BS ’95, PhD ’01) takes on the water crisis at home and abroad
The W.M. Keck Observatory is one of the most influential ground-based observatories operating today
Katie Mack (BS ‘03) brings galactic ideas down to earth
As artificial intelligence becomes mainstream, who will guide it? An interview with Fei-Fei Li (PhD ‘05)
The Chang Career Exploration Prize encourages recent Caltech graduates to explore new career paths.
The Caltech Distinguished Alumni Award is the highest honor the Institute bestows upon a graduate.
On August 12, 2018, a NASA solar probe named for Eugene Parker (PhD ’51, DAA) left Earth on a mission to touch the sun
Caltech's 2019 Feynman Prize for Excellence in Teaching has been awarded to Ali Hajimiri
“My Half Century Romance with Caltech and Black Holes, Wormholes, Time Travel and Gravitational Waves,” Feb. 27, 2019
Jeffrey Marlow (PhD ‘16) searches for the limits of the biosphere to find out “what life is really capable of”