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Whitney Clavin
By combining ultrasound, gene therapy, and synthetic drugs, researchers have figured out a way to noninvasively control the brain.
Whitney Clavin
Gas-filled protein structures could one day be used as "erasable" contrast agents for MRI scans.
Shayna Chabner McKinney
Stanford chemist and Nobel laureate William E. Moerner will give inaugural lecture.
Emily Velasco
Professor of Biochemistry Bil Clemons has developed a software tool that can predict how well bacteria will produce specific proteins needed for pharmaceutical research.
Lori Dajose
Twenty-seven current students and 11 recent alumni have been selected to receive funding for graduate studies.
Emily Velasco
Gabby Tender, a senior majoring in chemistry, will receive five years of financial support to pursue a PhD and conduct research of her choice in science, math, or engineering.
Emily Velasco
Researchers in the lab of Frances Arnold have used directed evolution to breed bacteria that produce synthetically versatile, high-energy carbon rings in an efficient way.
Mikhail Shapiro and his team are inventing new methods to help doctors better interpret the splotchy shapes of MRI images.
The Heritage Medical Research Institute (HMRI) has extended its partnership with Caltech for a minimum of three more years.
Five alumni will be presented with the Distinguished Alumni Award, the highest honor the Institute bestows upon a graduate.
Judy Hill
The chemistry professor and Beckman Institute founding director has taught at Caltech for more than five decades
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