Astronomer Chiara M. F. Mingarelli, the Marie Curie Postdoctoral Scholar in Astrophysics, is featured inan article on LIGO's continuing hunt for gravitational waves.
Take Two's Alex Cohen sat down with Caltech's Mark Simons who says that while it's tragic that two huge quakes happened with such close timing, that doesn't necessarily mean that seismic activity is increasing world wide.
Through its evolution over the past 100 years, Caltech Y continues its mission: giving students the opportunities to help improve the lives of others.
Geophysicist Mark Simons talked to CNN about the recent large earthquakes in Japan and Ecuador, discussing whether the quakes were related—and whether they indicate that large earthquakes are increasing in frequency around the world.
Ken Libbrecht talks about how to grow a custom snowflake.
The writer and actor talks with Patt Morrison about his passion for science communication.
Columnist Larry Wilson talks science communication with Alan Alda, who is giving a free public lecture at Caltech on April 6.
On a new theory about the origins of Planet Nine—the new planet proposed by Konstantin Batygin and Mike Brown
Bacterial propellers and grappling hooks, imaged by Grant Jensen's electron cyrotomography method.
Discovery of a new Kuiper Belt object that's exactly where it should be, if Planet Nine— proposed by Konstantin Batygin and Mike Brown—actually exists.