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Teaching Imaging Techniques with Raspberry Pi and Scotch Tape
06/17/2020

Teaching Imaging Techniques with Raspberry Pi and Scotch Tape

Andrew Moseman
Katie Bouman immediately had to adapt her first class as a Caltech faculty member for a world of remote learning
Scotch Tape camera
The Climate Modeling Alliance
04/23/2020

The Climate Modeling Alliance

At CliMA, engineers and scientists are building a climate model from the ground up.
earth from space with cloud overlay
From Caltech Magazine: On a Mission of Sustainability
04/20/2020

From Caltech Magazine: On a Mission of Sustainability

A recent $750 million pledge is set to reenergize the work of the Resnick Sustainability Institute as it addresses Earth’s most pressing environmental concerns.
Caltech sustainability researchers
Ultrasound Can Selectively Kill Cancer Cells
02/04/2020

Ultrasound Can Selectively Kill Cancer Cells

Robert Perkins
Proof-of-concept study specifically targets cancer cells with sound waves
Cells
Making a Better Match
01/07/2020

Making a Better Match

Judy Hill
A Caltech team improved a school district’s open-enrollment algorithm.
Laura Doval, Adam Wiremen, and Federico Echenique
Decade of Discovery
12/19/2019

Decade of Discovery

As December winds down, we mark not just the end of another year of discovery at Caltech but the conclusion of a decade of remarkable accomplishments and research breakthroughs.
collage image for decade in review story
From the Break Through Campaign: Science in 60 Seconds
10/25/2019

From the Break Through Campaign: Science in 60 Seconds

From geochemistry to fluid dynamics, Caltech researchers across disciplines are solving problems of human health in innovative ways. In these short videos from the The Caltech Effect, scholars explain their health-related research in sixty seconds.
image from the April 2019 issue of
From the Break Through Campaign: The Decisions Detective
10/10/2019

From the Break Through Campaign: The Decisions Detective

Marina Agranov’s research focuses on how people form beliefs and make choices. “I study the basic tensions people face and how they operate within them,” she explains. She tests her theories, and those of other economists, through experiments.
Marina Agranov
Caltech Announces the Schmidt Academy for Software Engineering
10/09/2019

Caltech Announces the Schmidt Academy for Software Engineering

Robert Perkins
New opportunity for graduates of Caltech will train science-focused software engineers.
Gradinaru
Virtual Reality for Scientists
10/04/2019

Virtual Reality for Scientists

Whitney Clavin
Scientists are getting a new look at their data with the help of virtual reality headsets.
Still from VR lung program.