Engineering and Science, Volume 76:1, Spring 2013

Engineering and Science, Volume 76:1, Spring 2013. [Journal Issue]

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Table of Contents

Caltech on Twitter

From the President

Random Walk
Oobleck • Dollhouses • Solar Toilets • And More

The Vortex Street

From Bats to Battling Vision Loss

Not-So-Oozy Oobleck

Dollhouse Deluxe

Glamour Shot

Getting Get

By the Numbers: Solar Toilet

The Schrödinger Equation

Snap Judgements

A Martian-to-English Dictionary

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From Lab Bench to Marketplace
Caltech’s Office of Technology Transfer has created a culture on campus that encourages researchers to protect their intellectual property while empowering them to let their best ideas take flight.

How Science Takes Root

What Is a Quantum Computer?
Quantum computers have been touted as the Next Big Thing—an advance that could spark a new technological revolution. These computers don’t yet exist, but Caltech physicists are helping to make them a reality.

Bridging the Gap
Every year, thanks to a unique engineering class, a group of Caltech undergrads works with students from India to invent products that address specific needs in the developing world.

Alumni Impact: For the Long Haul

In Memoriam
Wallace ”Wal” Sargent • Robert F. Christy

What Makes Caltech Special?

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