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Caltech Alumni Association's annual magazine celebrating our alumni

My Own Devices

Ripple Effect

Leveling Up the Syllabus

The Price of Pixels

Funding Female Founders

Making A Federal Case for Climate Action

Technology for All

Sorting It Out

The Lesson Plan {For AI}

The Sustainable City

Mining the Skies

The Price of Pixels

Leveling Up the Syllabus

Ripple Effect

My Own Devices

The Crucible of Covid

It's On Us

Memory Bank

Discovery Channels

On Astrophysics, Stardust, and Our (Teeny Tiny) Place in the Universe

It's in the DNA

The Shape of Things to Come

Only in Dreams

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Mining the Skies

Have Joel Sercel, PhD (MS ’87, PhD ’93) and TransAstra finally figured out how to unlock the promise of asteroid mining?

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The Sustainable City

The United Nations predicts that 70% of the world’s population will live in urban centers in the next 30 years. The city of the future will need to function differently than it does today, and the change over the next three decades will be rapid.

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The Lesson Plan {For AI}

How Advances in Edtech Can Help Ensure Educational Equity

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It's in the DNA

At 23andMe, Jennifer Low MD, PhD (BS ‘90), helps put the precision into precision medicine

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Sorting It Out

How Matanya Horowitz's Revolutionary Recycling System Could Kick-Start A Global Renaissance

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Technology for All

Google’s Eve Andersson, MS (BS ’96), on how accessible design can foster both inclusion and innovation

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Making A Federal Case for Climate Action

How John Dabiri, PhD (MS ’03, PhD ’05), is helping shape the Biden administration’s plans for addressing climate change

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Funding Female Founders

Caltech Alumnae Share Insights On Representation and the Funding Crisis for Women In Tech

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The Crucible of Covid

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.

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Memory Bank

The Milton and Rosalind Chang Career Exploration Prize empowers alumna to bring tales of social justice back to the collective consciousness.

2021 Issue
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Only in Dreams

Moran Cerf is unwinding the mysteries of the resting mind

2020 Issue
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Discovery Channels

How Arati Prabhakar Aims to Transform Our Innovation Ecosystem

2020 Issue
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It's On Us

As artificial intelligence becomes mainstream, who will guide it?

2019 Issue
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On Astrophysics, Stardust, and Our (Teeny Tiny) Place in the Universe

Katie Mack brings galactic ideas down to earth.

2019 Issue
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The Shape of Things to Come

From better planes to blockchain, from impact investing to ethical labor, how five alumni are creating the engines that will transform our future.

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