News

06/08/2017 10:39:39
Whitney Clavin
Caltech space artists Robert Hurt and Tim Pyle help scientists imagine the exotic landscapes of other worlds.
06/08/2017 09:04:28
Lori Dajose
The discovery of neurons that control arousal has implications for insomnia and other sleep disorders.
An image of neurons chemically altered to glow red, blue, and green.
06/07/2017 11:44:47
Robert Perkins
Caltech postdoctoral researcher Jessica Watkins will be among the newest generation of American astronauts
Watkins
06/06/2017 15:10:16
Emily Velasco
Jean Ensminger recently testified before a House of Representatives Committee on corruption in the World Bank.
Jean Ensminger, the Edie and Lew Wasserman Professor of Social Sciences at Caltech
06/06/2017 10:32:05
Data from the Caltech-led GALEX mission allowed researchers to study the flares from cool dwarf stars.
Illustration of red dwarf with planet
06/05/2017 16:27:12
Robert Perkins
Gwynne Shotwell, president and COO of SpaceX, delivered the 2017 Wouk Lecture to a standing room only crowd at Caltech on May 19.
Caltech
06/05/2017 16:09:00
Robert Perkins
Caltech's Bethany Ehlmann will receive the 2017 Harold C. Urey Prize for outstanding achievement in planetary research by an early-career scientist.
Bethany Ehlmann
06/05/2017 09:49:04
Lori Dajose
Understanding how different viruses usurp their host's energy supply provides insights into viral life cycles and evolution.
06/05/2017 09:13:31
Theater Arts at Caltech presents students telling stories about their personal struggles and their passion for science.
Graduate electrical engineering student Danny Sawyer speaks about finding ways to isolate and communicate with individual cells. 
06/01/2017 21:08:51
Lori Oliwenstein
Caltech celebrated its 62nd Annual Service and Impact Awards on Thursday, June 1, 2017, honoring 397 staff members.
Michael Walsh, an engineer in the Division of Biology and Biological Engineering, was honored for his 45 years of service to the Institute.