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Amgen and Caltech Establish Partnership in Health Sciences
The new, collaborative research agreement will help support research, graduate student training, and provide shared resources.
Switching on One-Shot Learning in the Brain
Caltech researchers find the brain regions responsible for making snap decisions about cause and effect.
Tracking Photosynthesis from Space
A new way of using the technologies aboard JPL's OCO-2 satellite allows researchers to monitor plant health and productivity on a global scale.
How an RNA Gene Silences a Whole Chromosome
Researchers have developed a technique to understand the function of a new type of RNA gene and uncover a key role in the development of female organisms.
Weighing—and Imaging—Molecules One at a Time
Building on their creation of the first-ever mechanical device that can measure the mass of individual molecules, one at a time, a team of Caltech scientists and their colleagues have created nanodevices that can also reveal their shape.
“Combing” Through Terahertz Waves
New device created by Caltech chemists opens the door for many new applications in a variety of fields from astronomy to chemistry and beyond.
More Money, Same Bankruptcy Risk
Researchers find pro football players, despite their multimillion-dollar contracts, are just as likely to go bankrupt as other people.
An Earthquake Warning System in Our Pockets?
Smartphones could contribute to early warning systems for large earthquakes, according to a new study.
Explaining Saturn’s Great White Spots
Weight of water molecules may be key to formation of its giant storms.
Microbes Help Produce Serotonin in Gut
New research in mice shows that certain gut bacteria help produce serotonin in the intestine—which may be a crucial step in the prevention and treatment of some diseases.
Superfine 3-D Resolution on Your Smartphone?
New imaging technology fits on a tiny chip and, from a distance, can form a high-resolution three-dimensional image of an object on the scale of micrometers.
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Learn about the alums behind Caltech's iconic Red Door Café.
Caltech researchers identify yeast as valuable test organism in studying human
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establish new partnership spanning research, graduate student training & shared resources.
Congrats to three of our graduating seniors recently named
Learn more about Distinguished Alumnus David Ho (BS '74), a pioneer in
-- Dr. A.J. Haagen Smith of
to develop smog abatement technology. c. 1956
Yes, it was open to Caltech pups and their humans.
One of our favorite spots on
, and a great place for an infusion of C8H10N4O2.
Perfect way to spend Memorial Day - with dogs in the pool at
Hope everyone had a great time at the
athletics pool today! No doubt the dogs did. Thanks for coming out!
Learn about Caltech's central role in the development of X-ray crystallography. It's all on E&S+.
Caltech's founding fathers watch over the main dining room at the
Caltech researchers learn more about Icelandic
w/the help of
On the hunt for ripples in the fabric of
Shout out to today's
honoring Sally Ride, 1st American woman in
and former Caltech trustee.
playing in Braun Pool at the Caltech Aquatics Center. The pool…
Caltech students interviewed for cbsla.
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