Engineering and Science, Volume 77:2, Summer 2014

Engineering and Science, Volume 77:2, Summer 2014. [Journal Issue]

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Table of Contents

Caltech on Twitter

From the Editor

Random Walk
Tiny Icy Ovals • Classroom Solar Fuel Solutions • Neural Tiebreakers • And More

Hollow Pillars to Hold Tiny Needles

By the Numbers: Basketball en España

Icy in the Sky With Ovals

Neural Tiebreakers

On the Grounds

A Class Act

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Small and Mighty
How cosmology has been dramatically changed by a telescope born and bred at Caltech and stationed at the literal end of the earth

What Bicep Found

Capturing a Worldview
For historian Nicolás Wey Gómez, a good map is more than a tool—it’s an important artifact that captures a view of the world from a particular moment in history.

Reflections in Research
At Caltech, mirrors are used to exploit the properties of light—allowing us to better understand life, matter, and the universe.

Rosenbaum Under the Microscope
In anticipation of President Thomas Rosenbaum’s arrival, E&S asked him to answer a few brief questions.

Alumni Impact: Presenting the 2014 Caltech Distinguished Alumni
By the Caltech Alumni Association

A new focus for the Tolman-Bacher house.

In Memoriam
Lance Davis • Gerald Whitham

What Words Do You Live By?

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