Caltech Alumni Association's magazine celebrating our alumni
Pondering the pandemic with 2021 Distinguished Alumni Award recipients
As Anthony Bourdain once said, “Travel isn’t always pretty. It isn’t always comfortable… The journey changes you; it should change you. It leaves marks on your memory, on your consciousness, on your heart, and on your body. You take something with you. Hopefully, you leave something good behind.”
At 23andMe, Jennifer Low MD, PhD (BS ‘90), helps put the precision into precision medicine
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.
Nicole Yunger Halpern, PhD (PhD ’18) delivers a steampunk adventure guide to how mind-blowing quantum physics is in transforming our understanding of information and energy.