Caltech Alumni Association's magazine celebrating our alumni
Lorraine Lois Foster (PhD ‘64) demonstrates her skill at dissecting mathematical matrices
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
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 first image of the supermassive black hole at the center of the Milky Way
Grant Delbert Venerable, Jr., BS (BS ’32), was the first Black undergraduate student to graduate from the California Institute of Technology
Krystal Vasquez created this piece in the hope that one day all these barriers are finally torn down and the disabled scientists that come after her can feel proud of their identities
Google’s Eve Andersson, MS (BS ’96), on how accessible design can foster both inclusion and innovation
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.
The key to lasting memories, Caltech researchers have determined, is teamwork.
On August 12 at 3:31 a.m., NASA’s Parker Solar Probe left Earth on a mission to touch the sun.
Techers share their thoughts on the ideas and inventions that will shape our world over the coming decades.
Cassini has revealed sights and never-before-seen phenomena that are changing our understanding of how planetary systems develop and evolve, and the extent of those environmental conditions that could create habitats for life.