Caltech Alumni Association's magazine celebrating our alumni
How Entrepreneur Kudah Mushambi, MS/MBA (BS '00) Is Reprogramming Africa Into A Tech Hub
Amit Kshatriya, MA (BS '00), who is leading NASA's planned return to the moon, on the power of galactic ambitions
How Tom Goreau’s, PhD (MS ’72) electrifying technology is helping local communities rebuild the world’s coral reefs
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
How Ethan Frey is using cryptocurrency to address climate change
“What is it about food that makes it so appealing? We need to eat, we need to fuel ourselves, but why is it delicious?”
Google privacy engineer Jeremy Gillula, PhD (BS ’06) on how protecting personal data became a priority—and what will shape the future of digital freedom
How a revolutionary solar-powered water pump is transforming the lives of small-plot farmers in India How a revolutionary solar-powered water pump is transforming the lives of small-plot farmers in India
Richard Bowman, PhD (BS '02) Applies his Caltech-honed Problem-Solving Skills at the Intersection of Education and Technology
NFT platform founder Matt Lim, BS (BS ’17) on the future of the form
Have Joel Sercel, PhD (MS ’87, PhD ’93) and TransAstra finally figured out how to unlock the promise of asteroid mining?
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.
How Advances in Edtech Can Help Ensure Educational Equity
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.
The Milton and Rosalind Chang Career Exploration Prize empowers alumna to bring tales of social justice back to the collective consciousness.
How Arati Prabhakar Aims to Transform Our Innovation Ecosystem