Whitney Clavin
George Ellery Hale, born 150 years ago on June 29, helped transform not just Caltech but all of astronomy.
Whitney Clavin
The American Physical Society (APS) has designated the two LIGO facilities historic physics sites.
Robert Perkins
Caltech Archives has unveiled a new Carver Mead video channel that features technical lectures, history lessons, and nuggets of insight into technology and innovation
Whitney Clavin
A two-day celebration honored Richard Feynman—the explorer, teacher, and seer.
Jennifer Torres Siders
The pioneering alumnae say the Institute had a lasting influence on their lives and careers.
Emily Velasco
The Collected Papers of Albert Einstein: Volume 15: The Berlin Years: Writings & Correspondence, June 1925–May 1927, Documentary Edition is the latest collection published as a collaboration between Caltech's Einstein Papers Project, Princeton University Press, and Hebrew University of Jerusalem.
Jennifer Torres Siders
Sixty years ago this month, the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. visited Caltech as part of the Caltech Y's Leaders of America program, urging students to "rise above the narrow confines of individual concerns to the broad concerns of all humanity."
How Linus Pauling (PhD ‘25) put his ideas into pictures.
In this 2017 address, President Rosenbaum discusses the history, future, and critical importance of the instruments designed and built by Caltech researchers.
The Archives' most recent additions are interviews with Ahmed Zewail, the late Pauling Professor of Chemistry and professor of physics who died in August of 2016, and Harry Gray, the Beckman Professor of Chemistry.
Robert Perkins
At the Caltech Division of Geological and Planetary Sciences 90th Anniversary symposium, alumni from throughout the division's history shared their stories.
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