More than a thousand people—both from across Caltech and from various surrounding communities—gathered on Beckman Lawn on Saturday, April 22, before marching together through Pasadena in celebration of science.
More than a thousand peopleboth from across Caltech and from various surrounding

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Have you ever thought someone was angry at you, but it turned out you were just misreading their facial expression? New research from Caltech shows that the amygdala has distinct neurons that judge the intensity and ambiguity of facial expressions.
Have you ever thought someone was angry at you but it turned

Facial Expressions: How Brains Process Emotion | Caltech

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Taylor Lawrence (BS '86), of Raytheon, has been elected to the Caltech Board of Trustees.
Taylor Lawrence BS '86 of Raytheon has been elected to the Caltech Board of Trustees

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David Chavez (BS '96), a principal investigator and project leader at Los Alamos National Laboratory, has been elected to the Caltech Board of Trustees.
David Chavez BS 96 a principal investigator and project leader at Los

Chavez Elected to Caltech Board of Trustees | Caltech

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We are thrilled to introduce Caltech Magazine, the all-new publication for our community that takes a broader look at the Institute, our people, our culture, and our impact. Be sure to like and follow the magazine Facebook page (Caltech Magazine), as well as on Twitter at @CaltechMagazine. We hope you enjoy it, and we welcome your feedback!
We are thrilled to introduce Caltech Magazine the allnew publication for our

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February 2016: scientists announced that they had, for the first time, observed ripples in the fabric of spacetime called gravitational waves, which confirmed a major prediction of Albert Einstein's 1915 general theory of relativity and opened an unprecedented new window onto the cosmos.
#NextGreatDiscovery
#CelebratingScience Learn more on our "Celebrating Science" page at [ Caltech.edu Link ]
February 2016 scientists announced that they had for the first time observed

LIGO: The First Observation of Gravitational Waves

To learn more, visit http://www.caltech.edu/gwave. On September 14, 2015, LIGO observed ripples in the fabric of spacetime. This video narrative tells the st...

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December 2016: Caltech scientists discover a functional link between intestinal bacteria and Parkinson's disease, finding that changes in the composition of gut bacterial populations actively contribute to and may even cause the deterioration of motor skills that is the hallmark of this disease. Learn more on our "Celebrating Science" page at [ Caltech.edu Link ]. #NextGreatDiscovery...
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December 2016 Caltech scientists discover a functional link between intestinal b

Caltech Researchers Link Parkinson’s Disease to Gut Bacteria

More information: http://www.caltech.edu/news/parkinsons-disease-linked-microbiome-53109 Professor Sarkis Mazmanian explains how he and postdoctoral scholar ...

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January 2016: Caltech researchers Konstantin Batygin and Mike Brown reveal evidence pointing to the existence of a giant planet—nicknamed Planet Nine—in the outer solar system. #NextGreatDiscovery #CelebratingScience #PlanetNine Learn more on our "Celebrating Science" page at [ Caltech.edu Link ].
January 2016 Caltech researchers Konstantin Batygin and Mike Brown reveal eviden

Evidence of a Ninth Planet

Caltech's Konstantin Batygin, an assistant professor of planetary science, and Mike Brown, the Richard and Barbara Rosenberg Professor of Planetary Astronomy...

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Caltech celebrates science today—and every day. Learn about some of our most recent breakthroughs. #NextGreatDiscovery #CelebratingScience
Caltech celebrates science todayand every day Learn about some of our most

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March 2017: Caltech's Fiona Harrison announces that measurements of a nearby supermassive black hole (obtained with NASA's Nuclear Spectroscopic Telescope Array—or NuSTAR—telescope) show that ultrafast "winds" streaming from the surrounding disk can heat up and cool down in the span of just a few hours. #NextGreatDiscovery #FBF
March 2017 Caltechs Fiona Harrison announces that measurements of a nearby supermassive

Temperature Swings of Black Hole Winds Measured for First Time | Caltech

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May 2015: Caltech’s Richard Andersen—along with colleagues from University of Southern California and Rancho Los Amigos National Rehabilitation Center—helped a paralyzed man move with coordinated, deliberate intent. #NextGreatDiscovery #FBF [ Bit.ly Link ]
May 2015 Caltechs Richard Andersenalong with colleagues from University of South

Next Generation of Neuroprosthetics: Science Explained - R. Andersen - May 2015

Read the news story: http://www.caltech.edu/news/controlling-robotic-arm-patients-intentions-46786 Read the abstract of this research: http://resolver.caltec...

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Physicists at the Institute for Quantum Information and Matter at Caltech have discovered the first three-dimensional quantum liquid crystal—a new state of matter that may have applications in ultrafast quantum computers of the future.
Physicists at the Institute for Quantum Information and Matter at Caltech have

New Quantum Liquid Crystals May Play Role in Future of Computers | Caltech

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Gauth Cha
Astronomers find magnified "standard candle" in the sky, leading the way to more precise measurements of the expansion rate of our universe.
Astronomers find magnified standard candle in the sky leading the way to

Rare Brightening of a Supernova's Light found by Palomar Observatory | Caltech

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If you see a bunch of new faces on campus today and tomorrow, be sure to say "hi"! Caltech Admissions is hosting Prefrosh Weekend, our signature event for welcoming newly admitted first-year students. Check out our coverage of some of the events on our Instagram and Snapchat (@caltechedu).
If you see a bunch of new faces on campus today and

Admitted Students Get Sneak Peek of Caltech Life at Prefrosh Weekend | Caltech

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Attn. Caltech students, faculty & staff: Don't miss Caltech's own Professor Harry Gray on Solar Energy Science! THURSDAY 4/20 at 9 am in Jorgensen 109! #Earthweek [ Caltech.edu Link ]
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Dr. Mae Jemison is going to be our commencement speaker this year!!! #caltech2017
Dr Mae Jemison is going to be our commencement speaker this year caltech2017

Former Astronaut to Deliver 2017 Commencement Address | Caltech

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Set aside some time today, and check this out!
Set aside some time today and check this out
3 new Oral Histories online!

Read the recollections of mathematician W. A. J Luxemburg ([ Caltech.edu Link ], of LIGO physicist Stanley E. Whitcomb ([ Caltech.edu Link ] and of Professor of Literature Oscar Mandel ([ Caltech.edu Link ]
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Fascinating application for technology coming out of NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory.
Fascinating application for technology coming out of NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory

Using space tech to unlock the mysteries of breast cancer

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