06/01/2017 13:56:25
Jon Nalick
Caltech volunteers bring eye-popping, hands-on science demonstrations to local schools.
First-year geophysics graduate student Celeste Labedz shows off the results of her comet-making demonstration at a May 18 Science Night event at Field Elementary School in Pasadena.
05/30/2017 14:33:06
Nobel laureate Robert H. Grubbs shapes fields of science, but his door is always open to students.
Caltech senior Andrew Romine
05/30/2017 10:52:27
A newly reinvented class gives undergrads a low-stakes way to explore topics in chemistry.
Graduate student Kelsey Boyle, who is co-teaching (with Rebekah Silva), a tutorial course on DNA and cancer for the newly reinvented Chemistry 101. Photo/Caltech
05/25/2017 09:37:19
Emily Velasco
New research could make fertilizer production more environmentally friendly while shedding light on a biological mystery.
Fertilizer is applied to an agricultural field.
05/25/2017 10:29:29
Emily Velasco
Gerri Roberts, a chemistry student, has received a Fulbright fellowship to study new anti-cancer drugs in Germany.
Gerri Roberts
05/22/2017 12:00:21
Whitney Clavin
Caltech biochemists have uncovered details of a protein that controls blood cell production in an aggressive form of leukemia.
05/19/2017 11:56:04
Whitney Clavin
Alison Ondrus discusses her love of small molecules, synthetic chemistry, embryogenesis, and philosophy in a recent interview.
New Caltech assistant professor of chemistry talks about the intersection between chemistry and biology
05/17/2017 17:00:37
Jon Nalick
Caltech grad students and postdocs volunteer at Cleveland Elementary as part of a program called Science Wednesdays.
05/15/2017 12:55:54
Lori Dajose
Alumni, students, and fellow faculty members have praised Brian Stoltz for his dedication to teaching.
Brian Stoltz in front of a bookshelf.
05/10/2017 15:55:33
Whitney Clavin
Robert H. Grubbs has been named a foreign member of Great Britain's Royal Society.
photo of Robert Grubbs