Unexpected Connections: A Conversation with Jocelyn Holland

New comparative literature professor Jocelyn Holland's research in comparative literature explores connections between literature, philosophy, and science around around the turn of the 19th century.

Science Meets Art in a Warehouse in Brooklyn

LIGO scientists met with artists to gain new perspectives on their research.

Teaching Life a New Trick: Bacteria Make Boron-Carbon Bonds

For the first time, scientists have created bacteria that can make compounds with boron-carbon bonds.

The Ins and Outs of Matching: A Conversation with Economist Laura Doval

Caltech's new assistant professor of economics studies dynamic matching markets—those in which prices aren't the primary drivers and in which each side of a transaction has to be chosen by the other side.

J. N. Franklin, 1930-2017

Joel (J. N.) Franklin, who taught mathematics at Caltech for nearly a half-century, passed away on November 18 at the age of 87.

Engineers Model the California Reservoir Network

An empirical model of 55 of California's major reservoirs reveals how they respond to shifting drought conditions and to one another.

Three Caltech Faculty Named AAAS Fellows

Peter Dervan, Ares Rosakis, and Ellen Rothenberg are among 396 new fellows of the American Association for the Advancement of Science.

The Strange Case of the Scuba Diving Fly

How a species of fly subverted nature to forage in a caustic underwater habitat

The Microscopic Origin of Efficiency Droop in LEDs

Caltech team found why high-energy electrons can leak out of an LED before emitting light, leading to efficiency loss.

Female Tech Entrepreneurs Hampered by Bias Among Male Investors, Study Finds

Michael Ewens of Caltech and Richard Townsend of UC San Diego examined data for nearly 18,000 start-ups and found that companies started by women have a harder time finding funding because male investors prefer companies started by men.

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