Robert H. Grubbs Wins National Award from American Chemical Society

Nobel Prize-winning Caltech chemist has been recognized by the American Chemical Society for his work on catalysts.

Friends and Family Gathered to Celebrate Chemist John D. Roberts

The life of long-time Caltech professor John (Jack) D. Roberts was celebrated in a memorial.

Caltech Students and Alumni Receive 2017 NSF Graduate Research Fellowships

Twenty current students and eight alumni have been selected to receive funding for graduate studies.

New Materials Could Turn Water into the Fuel of the Future

Combining computational with experimental approaches, researchers identify 12 new materials with potential use in solar fuels generators.

Caltech Graduate Student Wins Weintraub Award

Daniel Lin, a graduate student in the laboratory of André Hoelz, has been awarded the Harold M. Weintraub Graduate Student Award by the Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center.

Getting Rid of the Last Bits of Sulfur in Fuel

A new technique scrubs the last bits of sulfur from fuel, reducing the release of pollutants when the fuel is burned.

Electrons Use DNA Like a Wire for Signaling DNA Replication

A Caltech-led study has shown that the electrical wire-like behavior of DNA is involved in the molecule's replication.

Caltech Mourns the Passing of Alumnus Warren G. Schlinger

Chemical engineer and philanthropist Warren G. Schlinger (BS '44, MS '46, PhD '49), a pioneer in the development of processes to produce clean energy from traditional fossil fuel sources, passed away on February 10, 2017. He was 93 years old.

Three Alumni Inducted to NAE

Three Caltech alumni have been elected as members of the National Academy of Engineering (NAE).

Protein Chaperone Takes Its Job Seriously

Caltech researchers are learning more about how ribosome chaperones work, showing that one particular chaperone binds to its protein client almost like a glove fitting a hand.

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