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Caltech Oct 18
The "ended up being one of the best-documented earthquake sequences in history and sheds light on how these types of events occur."
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Caltech Oct 18
Caltech researchers have discovered rare, sex-specific brain cell types in mice. These cells were found in a region of the brain that governs both aggression and mating behaviors.
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John Preskill Oct 18
Margaret Burbidge is 100! While in 1957, she co-authored the most famous paper in nuclear astrophysics.
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Caltech Oct 17
Did you ? Congratulations - you know one of the truths (rather than the myths) about earthquakes! Don't be fooled by myths, learn five key truths:
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Caltech Oct 17
Ten minutes until the ! At 10:17 (on 10/17), drop, cover, and hold on!
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Caltech Oct 16
"We’re creating a real intellectual forum and a network of resources that begins with and and extends out from that."
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Caltech Oct 16
Using a machine-learning approach, Caltech scientists have developed a new tool for optogenetics that eliminates the need for invasive surgeries.
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Center for Teaching, Learning & Outreach Oct 15
"Once you arrive at something yourself, you almost never forget it." - Ali Hajimiri, Bren Professor of Electrical Engineering and Medical Engineering at , on engaging students, and learning in general.
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Packard Foundation Oct 15
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Meet the newest : At , Matt Thomson constructs and applies mathematical models to control processes ranging from the self-organization of active matter to the development of neural circuits in the brain. Learn more:
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Caltech Alumni Association Oct 15
As a doctoral student in chemistry, Barbara Burger (PhD '87) saw her future in industry, not academia. Now as president of Technology Ventures, she's paving the way for new generations of women like her:
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Women Doing Science Oct 14
Maegan is a PhD student researching robotic assistive devices and how they can restore mobility to individuals with disabilities. One of her main projects is exploring how a full body exoskeleton, ATALANTE, can be used for rehabilitation
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Caltech Oct 14
Go, go LEONARDO! 🤖
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Caltech Archives Oct 11
Come visit us tomorrow at the Los Angeles at USC! We’ll be showing off photographs and films from the history of science, engineering, and campus life here at . And there will be dozens of other fascinating archives there too!
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Caltech Oct 11
In his lecture on Wednesday, October 16, Caltech professor of philosophy Frederick Eberhardt will begin with a tour of the philosophical foundations of and end with the discovery of neural connections in the brains of zebrafish larvae.
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Caltech Oct 11
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Any staff, faculty, or students personally affected are encouraged to follow all precautions posted by public safety agencies. Please connect with your supervisor or faculty if you are impacted.
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Caltech Oct 11
A note for our community about the : Caltech’s campus is not currently impacted. Updates will be provided as warranted.
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NASA JPL Oct 10
Even Jupiter’s 300 mph winds can appear peaceful when you have a little space. 📸:
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Caltech Oct 10
It’s okay not to be okay. If you’re a member of the Caltech community, we’re here to support you! Please explore the resources available for students: and for staff:
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Caltech Archives Oct 9
Caltech’s first 7 woman astronomy PhDs have published on their grad school experiences in . It’s a window into the and of the 1960s, and the lives of the predecessors of :
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Caltech Oct 9
The new program will train recently graduated students to recognize potential computing solutions to problems faced by researchers, and to develop software to fill those needs.
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