09/12/2010 08:00:00
Douglas Smith
A Caltech neurobiologist, a computer scientist, and a bioengineer turn to the fruit fly to try to understand emotion.
photo of two fruit flies
09/13/2011 08:00:00
Lori Oliwenstein
For a dozen or so Caltech faculty, learning about learning has become a scientific endeavor.
cartoon image of a cupcake in a thought bubble
01/13/2012 08:00:00
Katie Neith
A multidisciplinary approach to building implantable neural devices could help blind people see, paralyzed people stand, and even endow robotic limbs with a sense of touch.
image of dots connected by lines
11/22/2016 10:04:14
Lori Dajose
LIGO scientists and a synthetic biology professor are recognized for their efforts in advancing science.
the words "AAAS Fellows" on a green background
Tuesday, November 29, 2016
Noyes 153 (J. Holmes Sturdivant Lecture Hall) – Arthur Amos Noyes Laboratory of Chemical Physics

Education 2.0: Play to Learn - A CPET Seminar by codeSpark Co-Founders Grant Hosford and Joe Shochet

11/21/2016 08:00:24
Whitney Clavin
A new technique called MEMOIR can record the life history of animal cells.
MEMOIR cells
11/18/2016 14:29:45
Lori Dajose
By boosting genes that destroy defective mitochondrial DNA, researchers can slow down and potentially reverse an important part of the aging process.
Mitochondrial DNA
01/11/2012 08:00:00
Llike the autism spectrum itself, the spectrum of autism research at Caltech also runs a gamut.
image of people making different gestures
06/08/2015 08:00:00
Katie Neith
Two Caltech researchers have joined forces to develop a new technology that uses ultrasound to both map and determine the function of interconnected brain networks.
photo of Michael Shapiro and Doris Tsao
11/08/2016 10:05:36
Lori Dajose
A new technique improves the safety of cancer immunotherapy.
Artist’s concept of a domain-swapped T cell receptor (TCR) engaging a peptide presented by a tumor cell. In TCR gene therapy, genes encoding a tumor-specific TCR are introduced to a patient’s T cells, retargeting them to attack cancer cells.

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