02/13/2019 10:30:58
Caltech and The Huntington Library, Art Collections, and Botanical Gardens are establishing the Advanced Research Institute in the History of Science and Technology.
A colorful collage showing bits from the history of science and technology, including a portrait of Ada Lovelace, a castle, a steam locomotive, Nikola Tesla, and a PDP-7 computer
02/12/2019 16:11:35
Elise Cutts
Frances H. Arnold has been named the winner of the 2019 Bower Award for Achievement in Science.
02/12/2019 12:37:10
Elise Cutts
Caltech mourns the passing of alumnus and famed oceanographer Walter Munk.
Walter Munk
02/08/2019 16:20:32
Robert Perkins
Two members of Caltech community receive top engineering honor.
logo of the National Academy of Engineering on a blue background
02/08/2019 12:46:06
Emily Velasco
Antonio Rangel is a recipient of the 2018 Distinguished Scientist and Scholar Award from NOMIS, a Swiss organization that promotes innovative interdisciplinary research.
A portrait of Antonio Rangel. He wears glasses and a blue polo. Green trees are in the background
02/07/2019 10:33:12
Jon Nalick
Caltech Athletics recently opened a new 1,200-square-foot weight room in the south side of Brown Gym.
Closeup of free weights
02/07/2019 09:11:50
Whitney Clavin
New discoveries from the Zwicky Transient Facility include exploding stars, near-Earth asteroids, and more.
Andromeda as seen by ZTF
02/07/2019 08:34:59
Lorinda Dajose
Newly developed sensors visually illustrate how nicotine affects cells from the inside out.
02/04/2019 12:13:08
Elise Cutts
Mikhail Shapiro wins prize for immigrant biomedical scientists.
Mikhail Shapiro
02/04/2019 09:47:07
In a February 13 Watson Lecture, Elliot Meyerowitz will describe how leaves and flowers appear at angles of roughly 140 degrees, answering questions that long have intrigued mathematically inclined biologists and revealing surprising modes of communication between plant stem cells.