Caltech Alumni Association's magazine celebrating our alumni
In 1968, Wally Rippel, BS (BS ’68) and his Caltech team challenged MIT students to a cross-country race of electric cars
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
Caltech’s campus is getting a sustainable upgrade from Yazdani Studios
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.
In 2007, supported by the Caltech Alumni Association, Bob Kieckhefer, BS (BS ’74) and Ponzy Lu, PhD (BS ’64) collaborated to give the current students a landmark that would maintain its place on the Caltech campus forever in stone.
In 2021, the northeast corner of the Caltech campus received a new addition
Pondering the pandemic with 2021 Distinguished Alumni Award recipients
How Matanya Horowitz's Revolutionary Recycling System Could Kick-Start A Global Renaissance
How John Dabiri, PhD (MS ’03, PhD ’05), is helping shape the Biden administration’s plans for addressing climate change
Stephen Mayo reflects on his unique perspective as a Caltech alumnus serving his alma mater as an administrator, and returning to his research program.
The Milton and Rosalind Chang Career Exploration Prize empowers alumna to bring tales of social justice back to the collective consciousness.
Every person has a different brain signature. Nicole Tetreault (PhD ’13) is helping misunderstood communities embrace their neurodiversity.
How Arati Prabhakar Aims to Transform Our Innovation Ecosystem
A new hyper-realistic simulation of underwater bubble rings may shed light on the forces that govern such phenomena.
Built close to the summit of Mauna Kea in Hawaii, the W.M. Keck Observatory—powered by twin 10-meter optical telescopes, the largest of their kind—is one of the most influential ground-based observatories operating today.
An essay by Nicola Peill-Moelter (PhD ’97), Director of Sustainability Innovation at VMware.
Understanding the brain is one of the great frontiers in all of science.