Researchers, including several alumni, discovered that blocking a chemical in the brain eliminates effects of isolation.
How John Sarapata (BS ’87) and Google's Jigsaw project are using technology to defend free speech and fight terrorism
Supporting recent alumni who would like to explore careers outside of academia through a career gap experience project.
How a broken freezer led Atsuko Kobayashi (MS '91) and Joseph Kirschvink (BS, MS '75) to make a major discovery.
Hundreds in San Jose enjoy a day of discovery highlighting the work of Caltech faculty and students.
Highlights from nine decades of alumni impact in the Division of Geological and Planetary Sciences
Twenty-seven current students and 11 recent alumni have been selected to receive funding for graduate studies.
Attend a Watson Lecture on marine microorganisms by Dr. Victoria Orphan, April 11 at Beckman Auditorium.
As she steps down as CEO of the Anita Borg Institute, Telle Whitney (PhD '85) reflects on her career in tech and the path ahead for the next generation of women
Celebrating the 45th anniversary of Caltech's first female BS recipients
How one alum's business may help us find cures for everything from baldness to cancer
Techers share their favorite books and podcasts
Michael Rosbash (BS '65), winner of the 2017 Nobel Prize in Medicine, is quizzed on NPR's "Wait, Wait... Don't Tell Me!"
President Thomas F. Rosenbaum invites you for a day of discovery in San Jose
Looking back at theoretical physicist Stephen Hawking's influential life and frequent visits to Caltech
All-women robotics team wins ME 72 design competition on International Women's Day
How an unexpected setback sent a Caltech alum's career in a new direction
Six teams of undergraduate students will face off in ME 72's annual design contest on Thursday, March 8
The Schrödinger Equation makes an unlikely appearance at the astronomical scale
U.S. Congressman John Lewis's visit comes 60 years after MLK visited campus