The Cost of "Living": How Viruses Hijack a Host's Energy Supply

Understanding how different viruses usurp their host's energy supply provides insights into viral life cycles and evolution.

Caltech Celebrates Staff Service and Impact

Caltech celebrated its 62nd Annual Service and Impact Awards on Thursday, June 1, 2017, honoring 397 staff members.

Cracking the Code of Facial Recognition

Responses of neurons in face-selective regions of the brain can now be used to precisely reconstruct what face an animal is seeing.

Caltech Honors Employee's 45 Years of Service

Engineer Michael Walsh was among 300 staff members honored at June 1 ceremony.

Caltech Program Fosters Scientific Curiosity in Pasadena Unified Students

Caltech volunteers bring eye-popping, hands-on science demonstrations to local schools.

Rover Findings Indicate Stratified Lake on Ancient Mars

The Mars Curiosity rover has provided evidence that an ancient lake on Mars supported chemical reactions that are fundamental to the basic functions of life.

LIGO Detects Gravitational Waves for Third Time

Newest LIGO observation provides clues about the spins, and possible origins, of binary black holes.

Caltech Graduate Student Awarded de Karman Fellowship

Nicholas Burali, a mechanical engineering student, uses computational tools to study combustion.

GPS Grads Return for 90th Anniversary

At the Caltech Division of Geological and Planetary Sciences 90th Anniversary symposium, alumni from throughout the division's history shared their stories.

Lessons in the Lab

Nobel laureate Robert H. Grubbs shapes fields of science, but his door is always open to students.


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