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10/22/2018

Making Climate Science Understandable for Everyone

Robert Perkins
Caltech graduate student Zach Erickson helped explain climate science to nonscientists at an event in San Francisco.
photo of Zach Erickson
10/17/2018

ShakeAlert No Longer Just a Prototype

Robert Perkins
Scientists and government officials celebrate milestone in West Coast's earthquake early warning system.
Adam Schiff, Judy Chu, and Thomas Heaton
10/10/2018

Faculty Join Caltech

Caltech welcomes 12 faculty members who will join the Institute's six divisions over the academic year, representing fields ranging from cosmochemistry and microeconomics to genome engineering and the philosophical underpinnings of quantum theory.
photo of Caltech's Throop Pond
10/10/2018

How the Seeds of Planets Take Shape

Whitney Clavin
A new class of dust and gas instabilities helps explain planet formation and other phenomena on Earth and in space.
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09/24/2018

JPL News: Dust Storms on Titan Spotted for the First Time

Analysis of data from Cassini revealed the existence of dust storms on Saturn's moon Titan.
Dust storm
09/22/2018

President Rosenbaum Highlights Postdocs as "Unsung Heroes"

In a letter to the Caltech community during Postdoc Appreciation Week, the President emphasizes the role this key group plays at the Institute.
National Postdoc Association Logo
09/20/2018

Experiments using Diamond Anvils Yield New Insight into the Deep Earth

Robert Perkins
New experiments could explain one of the most unusual features of the core-mantle boundary.
Anvil
09/17/2018

Caltech to Celebrate National Postdoc Appreciation Week September 17–21

Jon Nalick
Events will honor contributions postdocs make to research.
members of the Caltech Postdoc Association hold a banner for Postdoc Appreciation Week.
09/12/2018

Drones Make 3-D Maps of Microbial Mats

Robert Perkins
Researchers use drones to make 3-D maps of an island to study the microbial mats that exist there.
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08/21/2018

JPL News: NASA's InSight Passes Halfway to Mars, Instruments Check In

The InSight spacecraft has passed the halfway point on its journey to the Red Planet.
InSight