Whitney Clavin
Graduate students are getting a chance to try out biotech industry jobs through a training program administered by the Rosen Center.
Whitney Clavin
Living organisms have been persuaded to make chemical bonds not found in nature, a finding that may change how medicines and other chemicals are made in the future.
Whitney Clavin
A new technique called MEMOIR can record the life history of animal cells.
Whitney Clavin
Researchers are developing new tools for the emerging field called microbial therapeutics, in which bacteria are used as medicine.
Lori Dajose
The National Institutes of Health has awarded grants to six Caltech professors as part of the BRAIN Initiative.
Lori Dajose
On September 27, researchers from Caltech and City of Hope presented promising biomedical research from recent collaborations.
Whitney Clavin
As a Pew scholar, Mikhail Shapiro will receive funding to image the location and activities of microbes in the body using ultrasound.
Marcus Woo
Researchers at Caltech and their colleagues have identified how at least one brain cancer adapts quickly to therapeutic drugs—and they show that by formulating the right combination of drugs, doctors could potentially overcome this resistance and stop a tumor in its tracks.
Ker Than
The detailed map is the first to determine the structure of a massive protein machine with near-atomic resolution.
More than 1,000 people gathered to hear exceptional researchers, including 5 Nobel Laureates, from across disciplines to consider our future at a conference honoring Ahmed Zewail.
On February 26, some of the nation's leading scientists and researchers—including five Nobel laureates and members of all three National Academies—will gather at Caltech to discuss some of the most perplexing questions facing humanity.
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