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Amphibious Robots Storm Millikan Pond for ME 72
03/16/2020

Amphibious Robots Storm Millikan Pond for ME 72

Andrew Moseman
ME 72, Caltech’s annual engineering design competition, returned for its 35th installment on March 11.
ME 72 design contest
Stargazing in Spanish
02/24/2020

Stargazing in Spanish

Judy Hill
Two non-English language astronomy outreach events are planned for the community.
People watching a lecture
Inspired by Science Fiction and Symmetry
02/10/2020

Inspired by Science Fiction and Symmetry

Whitney Clavin
Former Caltech postdoc Jim Gates talked about his childhood, diversity in science, and more at a lecture at Caltech.
Jim Gates
Lecture: "More Than Pretty Pictures"
02/05/2020

Lecture: "More Than Pretty Pictures"

Award-winning photographer to discuss visual representations of science and engineering
photo of a 2-cm drop of ferrofluid, placed on a glass slide, under which are seven circular magnets.
Showcasing Student Talent
11/08/2019

Showcasing Student Talent

Judy Hill
On November 16 and 17, the Caltech Orchestra will present its Student Soloist Showcase in Ramo Auditorium. The concerts will feature five Caltech students performing solo works with the orchestra.
Wesley You playing the violin
Caltech to Celebrate National Postdoc Appreciation Week September 16–20
09/13/2019

Caltech to Celebrate National Postdoc Appreciation Week September 16–20

Jon Nalick
Event highlights key roles of postdocs as researchers, instructors, and mentors.
Jiamiao Yang, a postdoctoral scholar in the Caltech Optical Imaging Laboratory, adjusts a photoacoustic microscope.
Can AI Be Fair?
06/25/2019

Can AI Be Fair?

Whitney Clavin
Experts discuss whether machine-learning programs can be unbiased.
Illustration representing the question of whether AI's can be fair.
Academic Regalia: The Colors of Commencement
06/12/2019

Academic Regalia: The Colors of Commencement

Megan Hazle
The academic regalia worn by graduates at commencement dates back many centuries, with the gown's cut and velvet trimming indicating academic rank, and tassels, cords, and medallions denoting various honors.
Photo showing the different types of academic regalia worn by graduating Caltech students.
Watson Lecture Preview: Linda Hsieh-Wilson
05/20/2019

Watson Lecture Preview: Linda Hsieh-Wilson

Sugars: The Underappreciated Building Blocks of Life
Linda Hsieh-Wilson
Artist-in-Residence to Screen Experimental Film on Campus
05/15/2019

Artist-in-Residence to Screen Experimental Film on Campus

Emily Velasco
Leslie Thornton, the first artist-in-residence of the new Caltech-Huntington Program in Visual Culture, will screen her 30-years-in-the-making experimental film series Peggy and Fred in Hell on campus..
A portrait of artist Leslie Thornton. She wears a red dress and glasses.