Caltech Magazine, Volume 82:2, Summer 2019

Caltech Magazine, Volume 82:2, Summer 2019. [Journal Issue]

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Making Art out of Science; Four Questions for Jean-Laurent Rosenthal and Philip T. Hoffman; Campus 360°; Alex Phillips; Class Act: Coding for Kids.

In the Community/Origins
STEMonstrators Connect with Local Students • Fountain of Knowledge.

The Future of Green Energy
How Caltech chemist Kimberly See is energizing battery research.

On A Mission
SPHEREx to Peer into History of the Universe.

Freeloading for 100 Million Years
This ancient beetle infiltrated the earliest-known ant colonies. Its modern relatives do the same..

Biology and Big Data
How computational biology is shaping the future of health and privacy.

Striking a Chord
When music and science converge.

Grid Guru
Steve Ginzburg relishes constructing crossword puzzles for many of the same reasons he appreciates computer science. Publication in The New York Times is a bonus.

In Memoriam
Walter Munk (BS ’39, MS ’40), 1917–2019.

What common scientific misconception would you most want to correct?

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