News articles tagged with "EAS"

12/01/2015 18:42:43
Lori Dajose
Erik Winfree (PhD '98) and Jay R. Winkler (PhD '84) have been elected as Fellows of the American Association for the Advancement of Science.
06/11/2015 09:22:41
Jessica Stoller-Conrad
A Caltech/JPL/UC Santa Barbara team designed a robot to perform many of the same emergency procedures as a human first responder, and their final product finished fifth at the DARPA Robotics Challenge on June 5–6.
06/08/2015 16:51:59
Alyce Nicolo
Leadership from Caltech and City of Hope and members of the public celebrated Caltech-City of Hope Biomedical Research Initiative, which provides seed grants to accelerate the development of basic scientific research and its translation into applications ranging from new pharmaceuticals to medical devices to treatment methods, at a special event on May 13.
06/04/2015 09:16:08
Shayna Chabner McKinney
The Gates-Thomas Laboratory, a renovated building that will house Caltech's Department of Mechanical and Civil Engineering, will provide generations of students and researchers access to state-of-the-art laboratories and experimental and computational facilities, as well as to areas for interdisciplinary work.
06/01/2015 15:05:52
Shayna Chabner McKinney
The annual Everhart Lecture Series provides three students a stage on which to talk about their research into energy efficiency, imaging, and polymers.
05/28/2015 15:44:00
Stacey Hong
The new, collaborative research agreement will help support research, graduate student training, and provide shared resources.
05/28/2015 14:30:39
Douglas Smith
Caltech seniors Jonathan Liu, Charles Tschirhart, and Caroline Werlang will be engaging in research abroad as Fulbright Scholars this fall.
05/29/2015 10:50:18
Ker Than
A new study by Caltech researchers suggests that yeast could serve as a fast and inexpensive model organism for studying human obesity.
05/22/2015 08:03:59
Allison Benter
On May 22, students celebrated Ditch Day, one of Caltech's oldest traditions.
05/18/2015 10:49:11
Douglas Smith
Conservation scientists and materials scientists use the same methods to work toward very different ends: conservation scientists study the treasures of the past, whereas materials scientists create the everyday stock of the future. Professor Faber does both.
Scanning an oil painting with an X-ray fluorescence spectrometer.
05/18/2015 11:02:30
Lori Dajose
Two Caltech students, Saaket Agrawal and Paul Dieterle, have been awarded Barry M. Goldwater scholarships for the 2015–16 academic year. The program, established by Congress in 1986, provides financial support to college students who intend to pursue research careers in science, mathematics, and engineering.
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