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Caltech Introduces New Named Professors and Leadership Chairs
06/15/2022

Caltech Introduces New Named Professors and Leadership Chairs

Since the start of the 2022 calendar year, Caltech has recognized five faculty members with the Institute's most distinguished award for individual faculty—named professorships for early career and tenured faculty—and awarded two faculty members with leadership chairs associated with administrative positions.
photo of Parsons-Gates Hall of Administration
2021: Year in Review
12/15/2021

2021: Year in Review

Kathy Svitil
A look back at the Institute news of 2021.
A collage of science images
KISS Workshop Addresses Critical Problem of Megafires
05/04/2021

KISS Workshop Addresses Critical Problem of Megafires

Judy Hill
A recent workshop hosted by the W. M. Keck Institute for Space Sciences has led to new ideas for the detection and tracking of megafires.
Image of a wildfire burning
From Caltech Magazine: Notes from Afar
04/05/2021

From Caltech Magazine: Notes from Afar

The Caltech Center for Comparative Planetary Evolution (3CPE) unites scientists in a shared mission to understand what different planets can tell us about the evolution of the cosmos and the rise of life.
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Women Advocating for Women
03/30/2021

Women Advocating for Women

Judy Hill
Women-led groups across campus provide support and community, an effect that is multiplied when they come together under the umbrella of Caltech's Women's Engagement Board.
a blue tie dye t-shirt with the logo for women in BBE
2020: A Year In Review
12/17/2020

2020: A Year In Review

Reflecting on community achievements in a year of international upheaval
Composition of images from highlighted stories throughout 2020
The Caltech Effect: Pivot Points
09/24/2020

The Caltech Effect: Pivot Points

The new issue features scientists and engineers who have followed unexpected paths, repurposed technology, and responded nimbly to innovative ideas and urgent needs.
Caltech Effect cover
ZTF Finds Closest Known Asteroid to Fly By Earth
08/18/2020

ZTF Finds Closest Known Asteroid to Fly By Earth

Whitney Clavin
Sky-scanning instrument at Palomar Observatory catches asteroid that flew 1,830 miles above Earth.
Asteroid 2020 QG appears as a streak.
Titan is Migrating Away from Saturn 100 Times Faster than Previously Predicted
06/08/2020

Titan is Migrating Away from Saturn 100 Times Faster than Previously Predicted

Lori Dajose
Saturn's moon Titan is migrating away from the giant planet at a rate 100 times faster than previous theories predicted
Artwork of Saturn, Titan, and the Cassini spacecraft.
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.
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