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What History Has Taught Us About Epidemics
05/08/2020

What History Has Taught Us About Epidemics

Whitney Clavin
A Caltech professor who studies the Parisian cholera outbreak of 1832 talks about how that epidemic compares to what we are experiencing now.
Jean-Laurent Rosenthal
Einstein: Not a Lone Genius
03/04/2020

Einstein: Not a Lone Genius

Whitney Clavin
The Einstein Papers Project documents many instances of Einstein collaborating with others.
Einstein and colleagues in Holland.
Lecture on Eruption of Mount Vesuvius
02/24/2020

Lecture on Eruption of Mount Vesuvius

Whitney Clavin
Caltech professor emeritus John Brewer to talk about cultural views of volcano eruptions .
Last Days of Pompeii artwork
Four Faculty Members Receive Sloan Research Fellowships
02/12/2020

Four Faculty Members Receive Sloan Research Fellowships

Lori Dajose
Stevan Nadj-Perge, Yuki Oka, Joseph Parker, and Omer Tamuz are among 126 early career researchers selected for these prestigious fellowships.
Left to right: Yuki Oka, Stevan Nadj-Perge, Joe Parker, Omer Tamuz
Lecture: "More Than Pretty Pictures"
02/05/2020

Lecture: "More Than Pretty Pictures"

Award-winning photographer to discuss visual representations of science and engineering
photo of a 2-cm drop of ferrofluid, placed on a glass slide, under which are seven circular magnets.
Making a Better Match
01/07/2020

Making a Better Match

Judy Hill
A Caltech team improved a school district’s open-enrollment algorithm.
Laura Doval, Adam Wiremen, and Federico Echenique
A Conversation with Jessica Helfand
01/07/2020

A Conversation with Jessica Helfand

Judy Hill
Caltech's new artist-in-residence is looking forward to invigorating conversations and collaborations.
Art by Jessica Helfand
Volcanoes, Vampires, and More
10/16/2019

Volcanoes, Vampires, and More

Whitney Clavin
The Caltech-Huntington Program in Visual Culture offers a diverse course selection
Pictures from the visual culture program.
Watson Lecture Preview: Frederick Eberhardt
10/10/2019

Watson Lecture Preview: Frederick Eberhardt

Causality: From Aristotle to Zebrafish
Frederick Eberhardt
Literary Leverage: A Conversation with Jocelyn Holland
10/08/2019

Literary Leverage: A Conversation with Jocelyn Holland

Judy Hill
Holland's recently published book explores the idea of the lever in 18th- and 19th-century German literature.
Photograph of Jocelyn Holland
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