Caltech Alumni Association's annual magazine celebrating our alumni
From better planes to blockchain, from impact investing to ethical labor, how five alumni are creating the engines that will transform our future.
An essay by Nicola Peill-Moelter (PhD ’97), Director of Sustainability Innovation at VMware.
Techers share their thoughts on the ideas and inventions that will shape our world over the coming decades.
Harold McGee, the (somewhat reluctant) “godfather of molecular gastronomy,” talks to us about the first workshop that brought cooks and scientists together, how it came to be, and how the science of cooking became popular.
Last year, Caltech’s Center for Autonomous Systems and Technologies (CAST)—an interdisciplinary research center that is developing the next generation of autonomous robots—announced five ambitious goals to guide its work.
Jeffrey Marlow searches the ends of the earth for the limits of life.
How Riot Games’ Naomi McArthur keeps the peace in online gaming—and how those lessons can extend to real life
This cylindrical slide rule was designed to perform exact mathematical calculations for engineers, architects, actuaries, scientists, and financial institutions.
Techers take over our Instagram account to share their life experiences and perspectives
Oh no! Something escaped from one of the campus labs and made some changes to the Gene Pool. Can you arrange the contents as they were and identify the type of prankster that would do this?