Over the past eight months, the Associates have welcomed 55 new members (households)—a record number for the organization.
Did you know that the invention of the Richter scale, the development of the field of planetary science, the creation of lunar geology, the design, construction, and deployment of the Curiosity Rov
Responding to the uncertain state of funding for environmental research and the opportunities afforded by new advances in technology, trustee and longtime Associates members Ronald Linde (MS '62, P
Looking ahead to a future that is sure to include driverless cars, our recent Caltech Associates panel featured faculty members who discussed the looming opportunities and challenges.
You may have heard of Carver Mead. But even if you haven't, your day-to-day world is shaped by technologies that can be traced back to him and his protégés at Caltech.
As many of you know, Caltech is in the midst of the most ambitious campaign in its history.
Associates are invited to take esteemed Professor
Among nonprofit organizations the Associates offer something unique.
Hana Keller (Class of 2018) grew up in Seattle surrounded by a family of geologists.
Growing up in New York City in the 1980s and '90s, Rachel Galimidi (PhD '16) saw the devastating effects of AIDS-related illness on people close to her.
February marks a month for birthdays of significant scientists throughout history: Nicolaus Copernicus, Galileo Galilei, Charles Darwin, Thomas Edison, and, more recently, Linus Pauling and Thomas