Biologist Max Delbruck and physicist Murray Gell-Mann become the Institute's twelfth and thirteenth winners.
Goad, and Sage
While looking for a paradox he never discovered, he helped found molecular biology and inspired hundreds of colleagues to emulate his own high standards of scholarship.
Out of Chaos
His three major contributions have given hope that man may someday understand what matter is really made of.
The Death of
A star is only a glowing pause in the escapable contraction of a gas cloud to an uncertain, sometimes fantastic, end.
by Kip S. Thorne
Sampling curriculum. Counting photons. Measuring Marsquakes
The Inauguration of Harold Brown
Caltech: A Singular
The inaugural address
by Harold Brown
The Month at Caltech