Electrons Use DNA Like a Wire for Signaling DNA Replication

A Caltech-led study has shown that the electrical wire-like behavior of DNA is involved in the molecule's replication.

Caltech Mourns the Passing of Alumnus Warren G. Schlinger

Chemical engineer and philanthropist Warren G. Schlinger (BS '44, MS '46, PhD '49), a pioneer in the development of processes to produce clean energy from traditional fossil fuel sources, passed away on February 10, 2017. He was 93 years old.

Three Alumni Inducted to NAE

Three Caltech alumni have been elected as members of the National Academy of Engineering (NAE).

Protein Chaperone Takes Its Job Seriously

Caltech researchers are learning more about how ribosome chaperones work, showing that one particular chaperone binds to its protein client almost like a glove fitting a hand.

Politics and American Higher Education

Four presidents discuss the role of institutions of higher education in times of political change and social turmoil.

Frances Arnold Wins National Academy of Sciences' Sackler Prize

The National Academy of Sciences has awarded Frances Arnold the 2017 Sackler Prize for her work on directed evolution.

Remembering Caltech Crystallographer Richard Marsh

Richard Marsh, a crystallographer, colleague, mentor, and friend to generations of scientists, passed away on January 3, 2017, at the age of 94.

Visualizing Gene Expression with MRI

A cellular gatekeeper for water molecules finds new use in magnetic resonance imaging.

Caltech Computes: Disrupting and Uniting Science and Engineering

Now a decade old, Caltech's Information Science and Technology initiative is uniting disciplines across campus by offering new and more effective ways of tackling previously intractable challenges.

Pioneering Physics Show The Mechanical Universe Now on YouTube

The critically acclaimed television series The Mechanical Universe… And Beyond, created at Caltech and broadcast on PBS from 1985-86, is now available in its entirety on YouTube.


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