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04/25/2016

Glitz & Qubits

Marcus Woo
The Breakthrough Prize in Fundamental Physics has put Caltech quantum computing and superstring theory experts in the spotlight.
04/21/2016

American Academy of Arts and Sciences Elects Two from Caltech

Lorinda Dajose
Hirosi Ooguri and Rob Phillips have been elected as members of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences.
04/19/2016

JPL News: Lone Planetary-Mass Object Found in Family of Stars

A new study provides clues to the mystery of free-floating planets, worlds which sit in the darkness of space without any companion planets or even a host sun.
04/13/2016

Probing the Transforming World of Neutrinos

Lorinda Dajose
The first results from NOvA, an experiment studying fundamental questions in neutrino physics.
03/28/2016

JPL News: Investigating the Mystery of Migrating '"Hot Jupiters"

How do some gas giant planets end up so feverishly close to their stars? NASA's Spitzer Space Telescope finds new clues.
03/22/2016

Students and Postdocs Helped Make Sure LIGO Was Listening

Kimm Fesenmaier
A number of Caltech graduate students and postdocs played pivotal roles in getting the twin LIGO interferometers operating with the sensitivity to detect the first signals of gravitational waves.
03/17/2016

JPL News: Astronomers Discover Colossal "Super Spiral" Galaxies

A strange new kind of galactic beast has been spotted in the cosmic wilderness. Dubbed "super spirals," these unprecedented galaxies dwarf our own Milky Way.
03/11/2016

Quintessentially Caltech

More than 1,000 people gathered to hear exceptional researchers, including 5 Nobel Laureates, from across disciplines to consider our future at a conference honoring Ahmed Zewail.
03/04/2016

The Thunder of Gravity in the Cosmos

Lorinda Dajose
Caltech professor of physics Rana Adhikari will describe how our understanding of the quantum physics of the very, very small has allowed us to explore the gravitational physics of the very, very large.
Rana Adhikari
03/03/2016

JPL News: Versatile Instrument to Scout for Kuiper Belt Objects

The Caltech HIgh-speed Multi-color camERA (CHIMERA) system is looking for objects in the Kuiper Belt, the band of icy bodies beyond the orbit of Neptune that includes Pluto.