Stripes May Help Solve Riddle of Superconductivity

Striped patterns of electrical charges may help crack mystery of high-temperature superconducting materials.

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.

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.

Graduate Students Win Silver Award in Inventors Competition

Pair was selected for work in antibiotic-resistance testing.

Graduate Students Named Finalists in Inventors Competition

Graduate students Nathan Schoepp and Travis Schlappi have been selected for their work in antibiotic-resistance testing.

New Exhibit Documents the History of Caltech's Oldest Building

Now in its centennial year, the former Gates Laboratory of Chemistry was the first home of what has become the Division of Chemistry and Chemical Engineering.

Caltech Researchers Create Test That Reveals Antibiotic-Resistant Bacteria in 30 Minutes

A new test developed at Caltech can identify whether bacteria are resistant to antibiotics in a mere half hour, giving medical professionals a new tool for fighting infections.

Caltech Alumnus and Former Caltech Researcher Win Nobel for Circadian Rhythm Research

Michael Rosbash (BS '65), and Jeffrey C. Hall, a former Caltech postdoctoral fellow, have been honored with a Nobel Prize for identifying the genetic mechanism controlling circadian rhythms.

New Provost Starts This Week

David Tirrell steps into new role on campus.

Medicine of the Future: New Microchip Technology Could Be Used to Track Smart Pills

Chemical and electrical engineers team up to create a new breed of microdevices for medical diagnostics.

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