09/23/2013 09:30:41
Jessica Stoller-Conrad
Caltech researchers have found a new species of microbe responsible for acetogenesis, an important process in termite nutrition.
09/17/2013 11:14:55
Jessica Stoller-Conrad
During the past century, programmable technologies evolved from spinning gears and vacuum tubes to transistors and microchips. Now, a group of Caltech researchers and their colleagues at the University of Washington, Harvard University, and UC San Francisco are exploring how biologically important molecules—like DNA, RNA, and proteins—could be the next generation of programmable devices.
09/13/2013 09:52:55
Jessica Stoller-Conrad
To expand its involvement in online learning, the California Institute of Technology will offer courses through the online education platform edX beginning this October.
Friday, October 4, 2013

Undergraduate Teaching Assistant Orientation

Thursday, October 17, 2013
Athenaeum – The Athenaeum

The 29th Annual INTERNATIONAL VON KÁRMÁN WINGS AWARD

09/05/2013 10:57:22
Kimm Fesenmaier
Caltech engineers have mimicked lightweight yet strong biological materials by creating nanostructured, hollow ceramic scaffolds, and have found that their small building blocks, or unit cells, display remarkable strength and resistance to failure despite being more than 85 percent air.
08/27/2013 10:55:39
Jessica Stoller-Conrad
Caltech students and recent graduates take classroom knowledge to the construction site.
08/08/2013 13:52:39
Jessica Stoller-Conrad

Caltech professors Nai-Chang Yeh and Keith Schwab have been named codirectors of the Kavli Nanoscience Institute (KNI), a center supporting mult

08/08/2013 10:42:27
Jessica Stoller-Conrad
The Rosen Center supports bioengineering research through the funding of fellows and faculty from many disciplines, including applied physics, chemical engineering, synthetic biology, and computer science.
08/07/2013 10:00:51
Kimm Fesenmaier
A group of Caltech researchers has engineered a miniature silicon system that produces a type of light that is quieter at certain frequencies—meaning it has fewer quantum fluctuations—than what is usually present in a vacuum.

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