02/08/2019 12:46:06
Emily Velasco
Antonio Rangel is a recipient of the 2018 Distinguished Scientist and Scholar Award from NOMIS, a Swiss organization that promotes innovative interdisciplinary research.
A portrait of Antonio Rangel. He wears glasses and a blue polo. Green trees are in the background
01/24/2019 11:51:06
Lorinda Dajose
Theory of mind, or the ability to represent other people's minds as distinct from one's own, can be difficult for people with autism. A new test provides researchers with a better understanding of the source of this difficulty.
A cartoon depiction of many people thinking.
01/07/2019 11:14:42
Omer Tamuz, this year’s Biedebach Memorial Lecturer, will describe some classical results from random walk research and a surprising connection to economics.
12/14/2018 08:42:05
Lorinda Dajose
An update on the Tianqiao and Chrissy Chen Institute for Neuroscience, two years after the Chens announced their historic gift to Caltech
12/13/2018 17:07:32
A grant from The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation will allow Caltech to create a new program in visual culture that will involve students, researchers, and artists.
A colorful collage consisting of imagery of neon signs, art, and 3D glasses
12/10/2018 09:33:13
Fiona Cowie, professor of philosophy at Caltech, passed away on Sunday, December 9, from complications due to cancer. She was 55 years old.
photo of Fiona Cowie
12/04/2018 10:45:13
Lorinda Dajose
Caltech scientists identify single neurons in the human brain that catch our mistakes and correct future behavior.
11/20/2018 11:24:08
Emily Velasco
In recent years, researchers have begun finding that the results of many scientific studies cannot be replicated, throwing into question their validity.
A graphic showing a scientist looking into a microscope. The image is duplicated four times, with each copy becoming more obscured than the last
10/31/2018 11:49:09
Emily Velasco
Ted Scudder has spent over six decades studying the impacts large dams have on rivers, on the people displaced by them, and on the countries that built them. During that time, he's come to see them causing more harm than good. He's published a new book explaining why.
Ted Scudder, professor emeritus of anthropology, stands in his office. He is surrounded by file folders, books, and artifacts.
10/26/2018 09:51:37
Elise Cutts
Caltech's Division of the Humanities and Social Sciences presents “The Science of Shakespeare,” a talk by author Dan Falk
Image of William Shakespeare
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