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News articles tagged with "research_news"
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.
Our Solar System May Have Once Harbored Super-Earths
Where are they now? Their demise might have cleared the way for the formation of planets like home sweet Earth.
A Cool Process to Make Better Graphene
Material's unique properties in strength and electrical mobility far outpace silicon, with the potential to revolutionize an array of different engineering and scientific fields.
Ice Sheets Melting Faster than Expected?
Using new computer models that account for friction, scientists at Caltech find that the Antarctic ice sheets are more sensitive to climate change than we thought.
Thin Film Clears Path to Solar Fuels
A nickel-oxide protective coating, developed by Caltech chemists, solves a major problem in the development of ways to harness sunlight to generate fuels.
Feeling Sleepy? Might be the Melatonin
Melatonin supplements are commonly taken as a sleep aid, but new research on zebrafish suggests that the melatonin naturally made in our brains may also be important for sleep processes.
Knocking Out Parasites with Their Own Genetic Code
Hints for how to improve the treatment of parasitic infection might lie within the parasite's genome.
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: Neil DeGrasse Tyson is bringing StarTalk to late-night TV:
Video highlights dangerous, historical experiments of JPL's "Suicide Squad." It’s all on E&S+
Catalyst for Change:Short Film from Caltech’s Resnick Sustainability Institute Celebrates Green Chemistry Discovery
It most definitely is! Thank you for hosting them!
Members of the Caltech Chem Club recently showed Jackson Elementary students what you can do w/blue fire and LN2.
For one Caltech alum, solving the Rubik's Cube became more than a hobby. There’s
Starting to see the light:
's view leaving the dark side of
More Money, Same Risk: Caltech researchers find
players as likely to go bankrupt as rest of us.
Alum Marlyn Moore (BS '14) runs 2012 Pasadena Rock&Roll Marathon (photo:
today asking a seemingly simple question: What makes something "cool?"
dives in with Larry.
Congrats to Caltech English prof Kevin Gilmartin for being awarded the Feynman Teaching Prize!
LAUSD approves new public schools only for girls, curriculum will stress STEM subjects
Caltech grad student Mohamad Abedi receives Soros Fellowship for New Americans.
once again named to the Princeton Review's Guide to Green Colleges with a green rating of 94.
23 Caltech teams competed Saturday in the national Microsoft College Puzzle Challenge. Topic: aviation.
Caltech researchers' method for targeting mutant proteins may pave the way for selective cancer drugs.
Sustainability gets its chance to shine! Check out the
Community Fair this Friday, San Pasqual Walk, 11:30 a.m.
From 13,000 light-years away,
helps find new planet
No pickles, but my data support earlier
findings of possible brine in Mars soil
All it took was one X-ray crystallography class, and Caltech chemist Dick Marsh was hooked. Get
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