In a sector eager to cut costs, Ryan Sinnet, PhD (BS ’07) has developed a solution. As cofounder and chief research officer at Miso Robotics in Pasadena, Sinnet sees the untapped potential of a human-robot workforce
With Brian Sisk, PhD (PhD ’04) helming battery design, Rivian is taking the electric revolution off-road
On the 50th anniversary of their graduation, the first women to earn bachelor's degrees at Caltech reflect on the experience
I dove into the second quarter of my environmental justice project by delving into the history of the movement and examining the timelessness of environmental racism.
In the first quarter of my project, “Understanding and Alleviating Environmental Inequality in Underprivileged Communities,” I was able to explore different facets of the fight for environmental justice while contributing to the efforts in my local community.
There’s an introspection that occurs when you write and discover things about your past that start to combine into a complex tapestry of trauma, pain, but also humor and light.
How Matanya Horowitz's Revolutionary Recycling System Could Kick-Start A Global Renaissance
Google’s Eve Andersson, MS (BS ’96), on how accessible design can foster both inclusion and innovation
How John Dabiri, PhD (MS ’03, PhD ’05), is helping shape the Biden administration’s plans for addressing climate change
Caltech Alumnae Share Insights On Representation and the Funding Crisis for Women In Tech
Famed researcher David Ho, MD (BS ’74), on what we learned about science and society during the pandemic — and how those lessons could help prevent the next one.
Join Caltech President Thomas F. Rosenbaum as we celebrate 2020 Distinguished Alumnus Charles T. Munger (CERT '44, CAVU) for his accomplished career as an investor, businessman, and attorney.
The 82nd Annual Seminar Day was part of Caltech's Alumni Reunion Weekend held May 16 - 19, 2019.
Caltech students from Black and Latino student groups know that representation matters, and organize outreach programs to inspire
Resilience is the capacity to endure and recover from stress, to bend and not break. Caltech engineers and scientists have a long track record of studying the resilience of materials and structures, from geological strata to material alloys.
Techers make a positive impact on our world through science, technology, and innovation every day. Your achievements and honors earned for such innovation are what we celebrate. Share your strides with us!