Caltech Alumni Association's magazine celebrating our alumni
The eminent physicist, dedicated educator, and former chair of the Division of Physics, Mathematics and Astronomy (PMA) at Caltech was 81 years old.
As part of the Caltech Alumni Association’s continuing series of career webinars, Dr. Ken Pickar presented in July 2016 with advise on how to start a business.
"As the body of work Kip has produced makes clear, he has the kind of brain that never gets used up—and we’re all better for that."
Forecasting elections is becoming more sophisticated, thanks in part to methods developed by Erin Hartman (BS ’07).
How the Challenger disaster inspired Caltech alumnus Gregg Wright (BS '69) to honor courage and excellence in education.
The NY Times asks Ken Libbrecht (BS ’80): Is it true that no two snowflakes are the same? Never, ever ever?
The astrophysicist is recognized for his work tracing the origins of super-massive black holes.
Repetto is the director, cochief executive officer, and cochief investment officer of Dimensional Fund Advisors, an investment firm that manages approximately $380 billion in assets.
Arthur McDonald (PhD '70) and Ian Agol (BS '92), have been named recipients of the 2016 Breakthrough Prize awards.
McDonald shares the prize for the discovery that neutrinos can change their identities as they travel through space.
Online networking tools offer postdocs new ways to make connections, exchange scientific ideas, and advance their career.
While a student at Caltech, Dean Oliver (BS ’90) formed a system to track NBA statistics — and went on to revolutionize modern basketball analytics (read below). In this webinar Dean discusses his career path and the use of analytics in basketball.
Caltech Distinguished Alumna details work of the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency