Re-examining data from an old mission brings new insights to the question of whether Jupiter's moon Europa has the ingredients to support life.
Robert Perkins
A study by the Tokyo Institute of Technology and Caltech finds that magnetic fields can be manipulated to affect naturally occurring magnetite in tissue, hindering ice formation
Robert Perkins
New faculty member Jörn Callies discusses his work studying the eddies and turbulent features that dictate how carbon dioxide and heat are soaked up by the ocean.
Joern Callies
Robert Perkins
Four Caltech faculty members delivered lectures during Earth Week about climate and how it is changing.
Robert Perkins
Geologist Claire Bucholz searches in ancient igneous rocks for evidence for the ways that oxygen began shaping the earth 2.5 billion years ago.
Robert Perkins
Four Caltech faculty members will deliver seminars during Earth Week about climate and how it is changing.
In her April 11 Watson Lecture, Victoria Orphan will talk about the activities of marine microorganisms from those at the ocean surface to those deep in the earth’s crust.
Emily Velasco
As part of the James Michelin Distinguished Visitors Program, historian and author Hampton Sides will visit Caltech on April 10 to lecture on the ill-fated 1879 expedition of the USS Jeannette to the North Pole.
Newly published findings from the Juno mission improve understanding of Jupiter's interior structure.
Lori Dajose
Surprisingly, a quintessential equation of quantum mechanics emerges while studying astronomical disks of orbiting material.
Whitney Clavin
Three members of the Caltech faculty are among this year's Sloan Research Fellows.
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