Robots are set to battle on land and in the air at one of the Southland’s most prestigious learning institutions.
Four California universities are among the top 10 most powerful global university brands in the world, according to the world’s top scholars surveyed by the Times Higher Education World Reputation Rankings.
Nearly 20 years after an earthquake devastated Northridge, a new study released by Caltech and the U.S. Geological Survey says that steel-frame structures in Southern California remain vulnerable to seismic ground motions.
Scientists from academic and research institutions across Southern California offered tips to the media Tuesday on how to more accurately report on earthquakes in the region.
PASADENA (CBSLA) — Jurors on Wednesday convicted a man of second-degree murder in a 1995 shooting at Caltech. Raul Alcazar Romero, 57, had fled to Mexico shortly after the April 21, 1995, shooting death of […]
It’s one of Caltech’s oldest traditions: Ditch Day.
In the 1998 blockbuster hit “Armageddon”, a gigantic asteroid on a collision course with Earth was just science fiction.
A San Fernando Valley lawmaker Monday announced plans to create a statewide earthquake warning system in California.
A Caltech professor who was instrumental in the development of the atomic bomb has died at age 96.
A photo taken at close range can make the person look suspicious and unattractive, according to a new study out of Caltech.
The 4.1 earthquake that struck Wednesday night occurred near the Whittier fault, which has produced major quakes in the past, leading some to ask if it was a precursor to something bigger.
A man who was extradited from Mexico to face a murder charge stemming from the 1995 lunchtime slaying of a Caltech custodian, entered a not guilty plea Wednesday.
Caltech’s longtime publicist Bob O’Rourke died Tuesday in his Pasadena home at the age of 72.
Eighteen planets have been uncovered in distant solar systems, according to Caltech scientists writing in a scientific journal Saturday. Each of the planets is said to be the size of Jupiter.
The California Institute of Technology in Pasadena was awarded $2 million to develop a prototype earthquake early warning system, the school announced Tuesday.