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Robert Perkins
Caltech's Innovation Week speakers offered guidance, experience, and encouragement to the next generation of entrepreneurs.
Rod Pyle
The Summer Undergraduate Startup Internship program (SUSI) places talented undergraduates in their first or second summer at Caltech into 10-week internships in real-world entrepreneurial environments.
Stacey Hong
The new, collaborative research agreement will help support research, graduate student training, and provide shared resources.
Shayna Chabner McKinney
Caltech professors share their thoughts and experiences on creating new technologies and methods that have changed our world.
Lori Dajose
Professors Frances Arnold, David Baltimore, Carver Mead, and Axel Scherer have been named fellows of the National Academy of Inventors (NAI).

Caltech investigators on the forefront of research are typically driven first by discovery, but when commercial opportunities present themselves, they quickly take advantage of them.


One goal of modern, personalized medicine is to find signs of diseases early enough to treat them before they rage out of control.

An inexpensive, portable, easy-to-use device built by a team of Caltech engineers and biologists promises to speed the diagnosis of HIV/AIDS and other diseases—and improve treatment—in even the most far-flung corners of the world.
After Frances Arnold finished a talk on a method to build new biological systems or improve existing ones using man-made DNA or other synthesized molecules, she was asked what she would do with it. "I said that I'd like to solve the energy crisis."
For much of his research career, Ray Deshaies, Caltech professor of biology, has been interested in what he calls the cellular garbage disposal system of the body.
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