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ICYMI: Caltech scientists, led by Sarkis Mazmanian, have discovered for the first time a functional link between bacteria in the intestines and Parkinson's disease, which could have profound implications for treatment.
This morning, a construction crew relocated a giant oak tree at the work site for the future Bechtel Residence on campus.
Twelve Caltech undergraduates spent a term entrenched in research to prepare them for their course’s culmination: snorkeling with penguins, hiking a volcano, and taking in the natural laboratory for evolution that is the Galápagos Islands.

Read more about how Caltech supports undergraduate research at breakthrough.caltech.edu. #CaltechImpact

Off-Campus Adventures - Caltech Campaign

Caltech is proud to be one of the research institutions participating in this groundbreaking research.

Parker Institute and Cancer Research Institute Launch Collaboration on Cancer Neoantigens

Today is the final day to apply for the Caltech Space Challenge! Applications are due by 11:59 PM PT, so if you've waited until the last minute, now is your last chance!

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Caltech scientists, led by Sarkis Mazmanian, have discovered for the first time a functional link between bacteria in the intestines and Parkinson's disease.

Parkinson’s Disease Linked to Microbiome | Caltech

Bill Gates on why he'd like to come study at Caltech.

Why I’d Love to Be a College Student Again

Bill Gates blogs about his recent visit to campus.

Why I’d Love to Be a College Student Again

The LIGO Scientific Collaboration's search for #gravitationalwaves is back on. And with a few upgrades. The team has improved LIGO’s sensitivity and will continue to do so over the coming years.

LIGO Resumes Search for Gravitational Waves | Caltech

In honor of Innovation Week here at Caltech, Fred Farina, our Chief Innovation and Corporate Partnerships Officer, ponders the idea of making the world "a better place by basic research" in his talk at TEDx CNR.


Are we all doing everything we can to ensure that basic research realizes its potential to make the world a better place? Chief Innovation Partnership e Corp...

Watson Lecture Preview: On Wednesday, December 7, Konstantin Batygin, assistant professor of planetary science, will present evidence for the existence of the so-called Planet Nine.

Planet Nine from Outer Space | Caltech

Researchers have developed a molecular programming language to create DNA tiles that exploit randomness to carry out nanofabrication tasks by self-assembly.

Programmable Disorder | Caltech

FYI, Caltech undergrads!
Under the leadership of Caltech professor of history Diana Kormos-Buchwald, the Einstein Papers Project collaboration has "put the flesh on the bones of science."

Read more about the collaboration at breakthrough.caltech.edu. #CaltechImpact

Unpacking Einstein—Caltech Campaign

Student leaders from the Caltech Class of 2015 decided to nix the idea of giving a single gift. Instead, they encouraged classmates to support the programs that enriched their time on campus.

Read more about the students' clever approach to a longstanding collegiate tradition at breakthrough.caltech.edu. #CaltechImpact.

Philanthropy Begins at Any Age - Caltech Campaign

“We decided to get nature to do what only chemists could do—only better." --Frances Arnold, Caltech’s Dick and Barbara Dickinson Professor of Chemical Engineering, Bioengineering and Biochemistry.

Bringing Silicon to Life | Caltech

A close collaboration between observational astronomer Mike Brown and theorist Konstantin Batygin (MS ’10, PhD ’12) led to an unexpected discovery of evidence for the existence of a new planet—a planet that is itself out of the ordinary.

Learn more about how Caltech supports scientists so they can hit the ground running at breakthrough.caltech.edu. #CaltechImpact

The Caltech Effect: October 2016 - Caltech Campaign

Congratulations to the three Caltech scientists who have been elected as Fellows of the American Association for the Advancement of Science.

Three from Caltech Elected as AAAS Fellows | Caltech