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The California Institute of Technology (commonly referred to as Caltech) is a private research university located in Pasadena, California, United States.

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The Hughes H-1 is a racing aircraft built by Hughes Aircraft in 1935. It set a world airspeed record and a transcontinental speed record across the United States. The H-1 Racer was the last aircraft built by a private individual to set the world speed record; most aircraft to hold the honor since have been military designs. Design and development During his work on his movie *** s Angels, Howard Hughes employed Glenn Odekirk to maintain the fleet of over 100 aircraft used in the production. The two men shared a common interest in aviation and hatched a plan to build a record-beating aircraft. The aircraft was given many names, but is commonly known as the H-1. It was the first aircraft model produced by the Hughes Aircraft company. Design studies began in 1934 with an exacting, large scale model (over two feet in length) that was tested in the California Institute of Technology wind tunnel, revealing a speed potential of 365 mph. Technical details Streamlining was a paramount design criterion resulting i ...
Earthquake Richter magnitude scale The Richter magnitude scale (also Richter scale) assigns a magnitude number to quantify the energy released by an earthquake. The Richter scale is a base-10 logarithmic scale, which defines magnitude as the logarithm of the ratio of the amplitude of the seismic waves to an arbitrary, minor amplitude. As measured with a seismometer, an earthquake that registers 5.0 on the Richter scale has a shaking amplitude 10 times that of an earthquake that registered 4.0, and thus corresponds to a release of energy 31.6 times that released by the lesser earthquake.[1] Charles Richter, c. 1970 In 1935, the seismologists Charles Francis Richter and Beno Gutenberg, of the California Institute of Technology, developed the (future) Richter magnitude scale, specifically for measuring earthquakes in a given area of study in California, as recorded and measured with the Wood-Anderson torsion seismograph. Originally, Richter reported mathematical values to the nearest quarter of a unit, but t ...
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California & Israel Announce International Collaboration to Advance Stem Cell Research And Joint Projects (December 5th, San Francisco) On December 5th Israel’s Industry Center for R & D (MATIMOP) signed a cooperation agreement with California’s state stem cell agency, the California Institute for Regenerative Medicine (CIRM). This new agreement is the first of its kind for MATIMOP with a Californian government agency, and strengthens the special relationship between Israel and California in the form of stem cell research, Regenerative Medicine and joint R & D projects. It has the transformative potential to improve lives and tackle chronic and often fatal diseases such as cancer, heart disease, HIV and diabetes. The signing ceremony took place at CIRM’s headquarters in San Francisco, with Michel Hivert, the Executive Director of MATIMOP representing Israel and Jonathan Thomas, the Chairman of the CIRM governing Board, representing California. Michel Hivert and Jonathan Thomas signing the new cooper ...
Kanye please come to the California Institute of the Art's 2015 print fair and give a design/branding lecture. Dead serious.
Happening at PAIW - The Medical University of Warsaw (MUW), a Polish state institution, and California Institute for Regenerative Medicine (CIRM), signed today an agreement on international collaboration on stem cell research.
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This day in Astro history: 1934 - Carl Sagan's Birthday. Carl Sagan began a career in the science of life in the universe as a research assistant to Nobel Prize-winning geneticist H. J. Muller in the 1950s. Trained in both astronomy and biology his contributions to the study of planetary science are a foundation for today's research. Cosmos, the TV series, won Emmy and Peabody awards. Cosmos, the book, was the best selling science book ever. His novel Contact was done by Warner Bros. and became a major motion picture. He played a leading role in the Mariner, Viking, and Voyager spacecraft expeditions to the planets, for which he received the NASA Medals for Exceptional Scientific Achievement and (twice) for Distinguished Public Service. Co-founder of The Planetary Society. He served as Distinguished Visiting Scientist, Jet Propulsion Laboratory, California Institute of Technology. Dr. Sagan has received the Pulitzer Prize, the Oersted Medal, and many other awards - including eighteen honorary degrees fro ...
Carl David Anderson proved the existence of antimatter at the California Institute of Technology in 1932, when he discovered the positron.
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The Thelonious Monk Institute of Jazz gala comes to California: 13 trumpeters will compete at UCLA on Nov. 8:
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Dear reader, Do you know about the free online courses? If your answer is "NO", please spend your 5 minutes reading this post. Many famous universities like Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), Harvard University, Stanford University, University of California at Berkeley, California Institute of Technology (Caltech) are offering online courses through websites like and You will get hundreds of courses of different disciplines such as engineering, technology, arts, biology, environmental science etc conducted from distinguished professors of those famous universities. What you need to do? You need to open a free account in those sites. Then you can see the offered course pool from which you can register for your desired course for free. The time lengths of those courses are between 8 to 12 weeks in average. If you enroll in a course, then you will be provided video and textual lectures of the professor each week. You can download the videos or watch them online. Upon the discussion of a topic, you ...
The 7th Annual 7 years of Support the Arts in the Santa Clarita Valley Over the past six years, The TPC/West Ranch Art & Wine has awarded over $500,000 in grants and scholarships to California Institute of the Arts, The Santa Clarita Ballet Company, Canyon Theatre Guild, The Master Chorale, The Sha…
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Some notable individuals have commented publicly on their experiences with LSD. Some of these comments date from the era when it was legally available in the US and Europe for non-medical uses, and others pertain to psychiatric treatment in the 1950s and 1960s. Still others describe experiences with illegal LSD, obtained for philosophic, artistic, therapeutic, spiritual, or recreational purposes. Dock Ellis, pitching for the Pittsburgh Pirates, threw a no-hitter against the San Diego Padres on June 12, 1970 while under the influence of LSD. Italian film director Federico Fellini experimented with LSD under the supervision of his psychoanalyst Emilio Servadio in 1964. Richard Feynman, a notable physicist at California Institute of Technology, tried LSD during his professorship at Caltech. Feynman largely sidestepped the issue when dictating his anecdotes; he mentions it in passing in the "O Americano, Outra Vez" section. Jerry Garcia stated in a July 3, 1989 interview for Relix Magazine, in response to the ...
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So, what is A113?. A113 refers to a classroom number at the California Institute of Arts.
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Happy Monday! Busy packing boxes to be shipped out to our upcoming classes this month. California is roaring with happiness today.
Motion Art Pro: Enjoy A Claymation Rap Music by Julian Petschek at The California Institute of the Arts.
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Howard Hughes, Producer: The Outlaw. Multi-millionaire businessman, film producer, film director, and aviator, born in Houston, Texas. He studied at prestigious Rice University and the even more prestigious California Institute of Technology. Inherited his father's machine tool company in 1923. In 1…
8:15 PM this (Tuesday) evening at Spectrum: Roman Stolyar, piano; Gordon Kurowski, theremin / saxophone; possibly one more special guest Educated both as jazz pianist and contemporary composer, Siberian improviser Roman Stolyar melts various styles and genres in his playing – from ancient polyphony to modern counterpoints and clusters. One of key figures in Russian improvised music, he has collaborated with many outstanding musicians, including Dominic Duval, William Parker, Vinny Golya, Susan Allen, Weasel Walter, Assif Tsahar, Martin Kuchen, Carl Bergstroem-Nielsen, and many others. His improvisational workshops have garnered him an international reputation, and have led to many invitations to create and implement workshops for organizations and universities around the world, including the University of Michigan, Mannes College, the California Institute of the Arts, Chateu d’Oex Music School in Switzerland, and the Versailles Conservatory. He is an author on the first Russian book on teaching free . ...
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I have about 10 boxes of books that I am giving away because I don't have room for them and they've been sitting in boxes for years. Most of the books I collected while studying East-West Psychology at the California Institute of Integral Studies, and are on the subject of psychology, spirituality, transpersonal studies, qualitative research, masculinity, women studies, social science, religion, spiritual philosophy, consciousness studies, violence; there are many books by Ken Wilber and Stanislav Grof.   If you are interested in any of these books, let me know and we can I way to get them to you. I listed have about two boxes of the books so far, see below:   500 nations: an illustrated history of North American indians, Alvin m. Josephy, jr.      Adolescent Behavior and Society: A Book of Readings    Rolf E. Muss; Harriet D. Porton  Angels: messengers of the Gods, peter lamborn wilson At a journal workshop, Ira progoff            Beyond Ego: Transpersonal Dimensions in Psychology   ...
A113 was the classroom number used by character animation students at the California Institute of the Arts. It shows up in EVERY Pixar film.
MAY 19, 2014 Verbiest: The Priest Who Invented the Automobile by Rev. George W. Rutler Even one who is as maladroit as I when it comes to the Internet, profits from “YouTube” with its cavalcade of some of the great people and events of more than a century. Would that it could go back farther, but there are many moving scenes to which we have access. One shows Father Georges LeMaitre, father of the “Big Bang” with Albert Einstein at the California Institute of Technology in January of 1933. Father Le Maitre, priest and physicist, had challenged Einstein’s postulate of a static state universe. Father Le Maitre contended that an expanding universe, exploding from a “first atomic moment” or “atomic egg” actually sustained Einstein’s general theory. Others were not convinced and a decade later, in that dark mill of science which is Cambridge University, Arthur Eddington rejected it and Fred Hoyle called LeMaitre’s theory the “Big Bang” as a term of mockery. But Einstein was deeply mov ...
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About the Author Haroon (Michael) Sugich is a native of Santa Barbara, California and studied at UCLA and the California Institute of the Arts. He was initiated into a traditional Sufi order in 1972. Since that time he has studied Sufi doctrine and practice with spiritual masters across the Arab and Islamic world. He lived for 23 years in the precincts of the sacred city of Makkah Al Mukaramah where he kept company with many men of knowledge and illumination. He has written Palaces of India (Pavilion Books), a travel book, and Living in Makkah (Macdonald Publishers), a children's book, and, most recently a feature documentary film on the life of King Faisal of Saudi Arabia, Faisal: Legacy of a King.
Shelley Laffal Born in Washington, D.C., in 1952, Shelley Laffal began her art training in 1971 at the Maryland Art Institute in Baltimore. Traveling to Sasketchewan, Canada, she studied with Canadian artist Ernest Lindner at The Emma Lake Art Community and at the California Institute of The Arts (Cal Arts), in Valencia, California, with painter Paul Brach (husband of Miriam Shapiro). After years of roaming the back streets of Santa Fe and Key West, and living in Costa Rica, Laffal found the moody colors and emotional intensity of Latin culture infusing her work - an influence that's still evident today. "In my current paintings I try to merge the contemporary human experience with the primitive, hidden part of us that seems headed for extinction. "The focus of my recent body of work, from the “Drama Queen” series, is a narrative of girls in a state of tumult, or B movie with a dash of voodoo. "I approach painting with an innate sense of balance between light and dark both literally and figuratively, ...
"Richard Feynman at an American Physical Society meeting at the California Institute of Technology (CalTech) on December 29, 1959, long before the term nanotechnology was used. In his talk, Feynman described a process in which scientists would be able to manipulate and control individual atoms and molecules. Over a decade later, in his explorations of ultraprecision machining, Professor Norio Taniguchi coined the term nanotechnology." -NNI
What is the mystery light on Mars? Distant ‘glow’ seen in Curiosity rover’s latest photo strange white speck of ‘light’ on a recent photograph taken by Curiosity rover has led some to believe that life is thriving on Mars. UFO blogger Scott Waring claims that the newphotograph taken by the rover suggests there are intelligent creatures living underground. But Nasa, perhaps rather unsurprisingly, are not quite heralding it as the discovery of the century just yet. The Curiosity rover is currently exploring an area of Mars known as ‘the Kimberley.’ Named after a region of western Australia, the area sees four different types of rock intersect and is scientifically fascinating. The particular spot the rover is in ‘gives us a great view for context imaging of the outcrops at the Kimberley,’ Melissa Rice of the California Institute of Technology said in a release. Over the next few weeks, Rice will be leading the science for the rover as it drills and analyses rocks at the location. But it’ ...
Do you want to learn about California Institute of Technology and studying in the United States? Join a live webchat with Jeannette Lacoss, Senior Assistant Director of Admissions at Caltech, tonight at 7:30pm IST. Lacoss will give a presentation on Caltech and then answer your questions about the application process, campus life, and more! For additional information or to join, click here:
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Sean Carroll is a physicist at the California Institute of Technology. He will explain why the Higgs Boson is so important, talk about the enormous challenge physicists overcame to build the LHC and get it running, and consider what the future of particle physics will look like.
(3rd Eye Exclusive - AFD) MOI UNIVERSITY’S SILENT MULTI-TRILLION SILENT GIFT By William Dekker No doubt, this becomes the biggest and greatest achievement to come in the way of a Kenyan University or rather an African University. A collaboration with Indiana State University, California Institute of Technology, the Governments of US and Russia, will see the establishment of a multi-trillion project of all times installed in Africa, not anywhere else but Moi University, Kenya; the first Space Station in Africa, and third in the world; after NASA and that of the Soviet union. Sources privy to Moi University Press Club, the 3rd Eye, revealed that an MoU signed by the parties involved will see the establishment of a unique set-up ; consisting a Jet Propulsion laboratory, Spaceship and Rocket Base within the vast fallow 28km stretch of the University land extending South through to Ngeria Forest. Having gotten recognition as one of the best African Public Institutions offering Aerospace training, through its ...
A self portrait documentary made during a workshop with filmmaker Rakhshan Bani-E'temad at California Institute of the Arts.
The interior was shot at California Institute of the Arts in Valencia. (one of my old schools)
Final four: Fruitdale Community College, California Institute for the Mentally Handicapped, Nevada State Penitentiary, and Wichita
~~~Good News and Bad News ~ First the bad. Long time PPAGL friend, IUS Photoshop Instructor and scheduled speaker Jonathon Ruth has a teaching conflict and his presentation on Photoshop techniques, short cuts and workflow had to be pushed back. The good (GREAT) news is we have been blessed with the opportunity to bring in a TRUE professional in his craft, Joshua Allen. This will be your BEST and maybe only opportunity to actually listen and learn from a TOP film maker and artist. A short read of his following bio will demonstrate why this presentation is NOT to be missed! Thursday March 20, 6:30 PM Louisville Library Branch, Mid-City Mall on Bardstown Road. Don't miss this Epic event. (Pre-meeting meal at Backdoor 5:30. Post-meeting discussions and beverages at Backdoor to follow) Short bio; Joshua is a professional filmmaker and writer. He graduated with a B.A. from the University of Kentucky majoring in English Literature and Film Studies and attended the California Institute of the Arts M.F.A. Film Dir ...
Dr. Christine Hartzell joined the department as an assistant professor in January 2014. Hartzell comes to the department after being a postdoctoral fellow with the Keck Institute for Space Studies at the California Institute of Technology where she studied granular media, materials made of small grains, like sand. Hartzell wants to apply this research to studying how spacecraft wheels and scoops might interact with the different materials—such as sand and dust—on planets' surfaces where gravity is weaker than earth.
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“Roger Sperry at the California Institute of Technology has carried out investigations to further the understanding of the ‘bimodal’ nature of our brains. His work has produced the following information: (1) that there is a connecting ‘cable’ of nerve fibers between the two hemispheres of the brain; (2) that when this cable is severed each hemisphere operates independently; (3) and that each hemisphere perceives its own reality, but that this reality is only partial or incomplete without that of the other hemisphere. The intact brain has a ‘corpos callosa’ (connecting body) that facilitates communication between the two hemispheres and so unifies the thinking/feeling being. The principles expressed are those of an African cosmology in which we have the fundamental ‘twinness’ of the universe; the complementary functions of opposites that cooperate to form the proper working of the whole. But our notions of what constitutes intelligence have been molded by the minority Western European wor ...
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The Milken Institute has called for a major overhaul of California's film incentive program. . .
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University of California, Irvine - Gavin Herbert Eye Institute is seeking a postdoctoral fellow. View
This just in: 's band GHOST TYGER performs 3/6 @ 8:30 @ California Institute for the Abnormalarts.11334 Burbank B…
Accepted by National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA), California Institute of Environmental Design & Management (CIEDM) now is a Weather-Ready Nation Ambassador! The 1st assignment that we commit ourselves is to raise public awareness of the National Severe Weather Preparedness Week 2014 on March 2-8 & the Flood Awareness Week 2014 on March 16-22.
As Hollywood gears up for the Academy Awards, the annual Oscar issue of Vanity Fair pays tribute to a generation of filmmakers from California Institute of the Arts who went on to become icons in the animation industry. In his feature article, “The Class That Roared,” writer Sam Kashner offers an in...
In the heated ramp-up to the Academy Awards, Vanity Fair's annual Oscar issue is tipping a hat to a generation of filmmakers trained at California Institute of the Arts (CalArts) who have become icons of the animation industry in a special feature article from Sam Kashner and photography by Annie Le...
About the Cassini Spacecraft Cassini Spacecraft was launched in 1997 and explored the Saturn system for more than nine years. NASA has planned to continue the mission through 2017 with the anticipation of many more images of Saturn, its rings and moons, along with scientific data. The Cassini-Huygens mission is a cooperative project of NASA, the European Space Agency and Italian Space Agency. JPL, a division of the California Institute of Technology, Pasadena, manage the mission for NASA’s Science Mission Directorate in Washington. JPL designed, developed and assembled the Cassini orbiter and its two onboard cameras. The imaging team is based at the Space Science Institute, Boulder, Colo.
KING FAHD UNIVERSITY OF PETROLEUM & MINERALS (KFUPM) DEANSHIP OF GRADUATE STUDIES, Dhahran, Saudi Arabia Application Deadlines is Feb 27, 2014. The Deanship of Graduate Studies at King Fahd University of Petroleum and Minerals (KFUPM) is pleased to invite your attention that application to Graduate Studies at KFUPM is now open online from the link until Feb 27, 2014. KFUPM provides full MS and PhD scholarships for distinguished graduate applicants who demonstrate high potential for conducting original research in the fields of Engineering, Sciences and Business. Distinguished Partnership of KFUPM with International Institutions KFUPM has very strong collaborative partnership on conducting innovative research with the following international institutions: MIT: Clean Water and Clean Energy. Stanford: Oil, Gas and Geosciences. California Institute of Technology (Caltech): Petrochemicals and Polymers. Technical University of Munich: Refining and Petrochemicals. Cambridge University: Oil and Gas. Georgia Insti ...
My cousin Ralph Kimbrell will be taken off life support this coming Monday A collective blessing around noon to comfort his departure .. Thank You He received the following degrees: California Institute of Technology BS, Mechanical Engineering . Stanford University MS, Mechanical Engineering University California, Berkeley - Walter A. Haas School of Business MBA, Finance A most brilliant and compassionate husband, father and family member will be missed. I remember he had the highest entrance score in math at CA TECH ever in 1963. Love and Peace to All .
CalArts competes in Disney contest: A team made up of students from Valencia’s California Institute of the Art...
Mastermedia Prayer Calendar for January 30, 2014 Media Leaders: Brad Bird; Film director, screenwriter, animator, producer, voice actor, Incredibles, Ratatoullie, Iron Giant, Mission Impossible 4 On a tour of the Walt Disney Studios at age 11, he announced that someday he would become part of its animation team, and soon afterward began work on his own 15-minute animated short. Within two years, Bird had completed his animation, which impressed the cartoon company. By age 14, barely in high school, Bird was mentored by the animator Milt Kahl, one of Disney’s legendary Nine Old Men. Bird recalls Kahl's criticisms as ideal: Kahl would point out shortcomings by gently delivering thoughts on where Bird could improve. After graduating from Corvallis High School in Corvallis, Oregon in 1975, Bird took a three-year break. He was then awarded a scholarship by Disney to attend California Institute of the Arts, where he met and befriended another future animator, Pixar co-founder and director John Lasseter. (wik ...
dating experiment performed on Mars 2014 JAN 1 -- By a News Reporter-Staff News Editor at Journal of Engineering -- Although researchers have determined the ages of rocks from other planetary bodies, the actual experiments-like analyzing meteorites and moon rocks-have always been done on Earth. Now, for the first time, researchers have successfully determined the age of a Martian rock-with experiments performed on Mars. The work, led by geochemist Ken Farley of the California Institute of Technology (Caltech), could not only help in understanding the geologic history of Mars but also aid in the search for evidence of ancient life on the planet. Many of the experiments carried out by the Mars Science Laboratory (MSL) mission’s Curiosity rover were painstakingly planned by NASA scientists more than a decade ago. However, shortly before the rover left Earth in 2011, NASA’s participating scientist program asked researchers from all over the world to submit new ideas for experiments that could be performed ...
I got my MOTO X and had the honor to meet Glen Keane A 38 year veteran of Feature Animation, is most noted for creating and animating such legendary Disney characters as in “The the Beast from “and the and Glen also served as Supervising Animator and Executive Producer on 2010 box office hit " In 1972, Keane applied to study at the California Institute of the Arts as a Fine Art major. By accident, his portfolio was submitted and accepted to the School of Film Graphics (Animation). Although unintended, he decided to continue to follow this path. At the age of 19, he discovered animation was a combination of all the arts. He immediately fell in love with the medium that would stay with him for the rest of his career. He joined in 1974 where he trained under Walt Disney’s legendary animators Ollie Johnson, Frank Thomas and Eric Larson. Glen began his journey animating scenes on "The Rescuers" before being promoted to directing animator on "The Fox and the Hound". Glen is the recipient of the 2008 Winds ...
January 21 ·1949: Chiang Kai-shek resigns as president of the Republic of China. Vice-President Li Zongren takes over as acting president. ·1991: The Zhou Peiyuan Prize is established, the first prize awarded to people or units with outstanding performance in the application, development and management of imported instruments and equipments. ·1996:Beijing West Railway Station begins operations. . Zhou Peiyuan (Chinese: 周培源) was a renowned physicist of China. He was the former president of Peking University and deputy director of the Chinese Academy of Sciences (CAS). Zhou, a native of Yixing, Jiangsu Province, was born in 1902. He graduated from Tsinghua School in 1924 (now Tsinghua University). In 1928, Zhou received a doctor's degree as well as the highest honorary award from the California Institute of Technology. He then conducted scientific research at the University of Leipzig and Swiss Federal Institute of Technology in Zurich. He made great contributions to the theory of turbulence and co ...
Honey Bee's (Apis scientific name) can flap their wings as fast as 230 times per second, and fly at speeds of up to 15 miles per hour. Scientist at Caltech (California Institute of Technology) have found out that, Honey- bee's do not regulate the frequency of their wing beats, when they are carry loads of Pollen. You would think bee's would flap faster when they were carrying more weight, Instead they just increase the arc of their wing beats, and flip their wings over upside down. The Honey-bee makes a 90 degree arc in the upstroke of its wing, the flips its wing upside down at the end of the wing's downstroke, which allows the wing to flap back through the wake from the previous stroke, to create more lift. This allows the bee to use the air stirred up in the previous stoke for lift. This gives the bee two times more lift than it would have otherwise. (Flight of the Honeybee) These photos of a Honeybee, I took back when I was a student Western Carolina University. These photos are some of one of my firs ...
John Preskill, Richard P. Feynman Professor of Theoretical Physics at the California Institute of Technology, discusses his interest in quantum computing. He...
It's just a theory .. I believe the white race is from mars... Here is some research I been studying follow me on this... Remember in acient eygpt it was carved in the walls .. Aliens and UFO .. This is over 15 thousand years old... Here is what I been reading to prove life could of existed on mars .. NASA the one that spends billions ! By Elizabeth Landau, CNN Curiosity, humanity’s most powerful rover to land on Mars, has made a startling discovery: Conditions that could have supported life once existed there. “We have found a habitable environment that is so benign, and supportive of life, that probably if this water was around and you had been on the planet, you would have been able to drink it,” John Grotzinger, Curiosity project scientist at the California Institute of Technology in Pasadena, said in a Tuesday news conference. This discovery is based on the chemical analysis of powder that the rover recovered by drilling a hole in a rock. This was the first time a robot sent from Earth had dri ...
Chen: Don't Give Up On Blackberry John Chen, 58, is taking over as the interim CEO of Blackberry, the Canadian mobile-phone company that only four years ago was one of the fastest-growing technology companies in North America and is now fighting for survival. But what he can achieve there is anybody's guess. Chen is taking over a company that has gone through a series of highly visible missteps: A 2012 shake-up that saw the company co-founder and co-CEO, Mike Lazardis and co-CEO Jim Balsillie, step down; the firing of a CEO who refocused the company but not rapidly enough; and a takeover bid that fell through at the last minute. The Hong Kong-born Chen, who received his masters in electrical enginering from the California Institute of Technology in 1979, ingineered the turnaround at Sybase, a mature high-technology database software firm that had slowed to a halt in the 1990s. Chen refocused the firm, repositioned the product line and, in 2010, helped engineer its sale to SAP for $5.8 billion. At Blackber ...
QUANTUM TELEPORTATION: People are lazy. In today’s society, procrastination is rampant, and students could care less about their grades. Yet, as counter-intuitive as it may sound, this laziness may be why our society is so advanced in the first place. The entire purpose of engineering is to create something which requires the least amount of time, money, and effort to use. Ever since the invention of the wheel at the dawn of civilization, people have always been trying how to get from Point A to Point B in the fastest and easiest way possible – take the car or plane, for example. However, we still have not reached the peak of transportation: instantaneous teleportation – the complete elimination of having to traverse physical distances. But, using research from over a decade ago, this may become a reality. In 1988, the California Institute of Technology (Caltech), along with two European groups, successfully teleported a photon – an energy particle which carries light – across 3.28 ft (app ...
We were mighty impressed when a solar toilet from the California Institute of Technology won the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation
Elon Musk gave the commencement address to the 2012 graduating class of California Institute of Technology.
Classic Southern California courtyard housing from the 1920s @ California Institute of Technology
UAE students see California as top choice for pursuing higher ...: California Institute of Technolog...
This is cool, "we" should treat these folks as bigger celebrities than the Kardashians. The Science Oscars hosts a huge red carpet awards show at NASA: The Breakthrough Prize in Fundamental Physics recognizes transformative achievements in the field of fundamental physics, with a special focus on recent developments. The 2014 winners are: Michael B. Green, University of Cambridge, and John H. Schwarz, California Institute of Technology, for opening new perspectives on quantum gravity and the unification of forces. The Breakthrough Prize in Life Sciences recognizes excellence in research aimed at curing intractable diseases and extending human life. The 2014 recipients are: James Allison , MD Anderson Cancer Center for the discovery of T cell checkpoint blockade as effective cancer therapy. Mahlon DeLong , Emory University for defining the interlocking circuits in the brain that malfunction in Parkinson’s disease. This scientific foundation underlies the circuit-based treatment of Parkinson’s disease b ...
THIS Condition of IIT BY ToI Panjab University beats IITs in global rankings Although no Indian institution of higher learning is yet to make it to the top 200 in the Times Higher Education's (THE) World University Rankings list 2013-14, one new entrant — Panjab University— is closer to that elite group. Panjab University is the highest ranked Indian institution clubbed in the group of universities ranked between 226-250 ranks. According to THE, this is India's best performance so far with five institutions making it to the top 400. The other Indian institutions featuring in the list are four Indian Institutes of Technology from Delhi, Kanpur, Kharagpur and Roorkee, all clubbed in the group of institutions between 351-400. Meanwhile, the California Institute of Technology retains its place at the top of the rankings for the third consecutive year, while Harvard University regaining the second place (up from fourth in 2012-13), a position shared with the UK's University of Oxford. Stanford University s ...
***Thoughts of Famous Scientists and Philosophers** ON SCIENCE AND SOCIETY Science and technology, and the various forms of art, all unite humanity in a single and interconnected system. As science progresses, the worldwide cooperation of scientists and technologists becomes more and more of a special and distinct intellectual community of friendship, in which, in place of antagonism, there is growing up a mutually advantageous sharing of work, a coordination of efforts, a common language for the exchange of information, and a solidarity, which are in many cases independent of the social and political differences of individual states. Zhores Aleksandrovich Medvedev The Medvedev Papers, 1970 Why does this magnificient applied science which saves work and makes life easier bring us so little happiness? The simple answer runs: Because we have not yet learned to make sensible use of it. Albert Einstein in a speech at the California Institute of Technology, Pasadena, 1931 ON WHAT SCIENCE IS . . . AND IS NOT It ...
Some interesting facts of Punjab. Sabeer Bhatia was born in on 30 December 1968. In 1988, he went to US to get a bachelor degree at the California Institute of Technology after a foreign transfer from BITS Pilani, Rajasthan. He earned a master degree in from Stanford University. He, along with his colleague Jack Smith, set up on 4 July 1996. Bhatia's success has earned him widespread acclaim; the venture capital firm Draper Fisher Jurvetson named him 'Entrepreneur of the Year 1997', MIT chose him as one of 100 young innovators who are expected to have the greatest impact on and awarded 'TR100', San Jose Mercury News and POV magazine selected him as one of the ten most successful entrepreneurs of 1998 and Upside magazine's list of top trend setters in the New named him 'Elite 100'. . Source- Magazine in my hotel room. This indian deserves ur likes friends...
At a party buy the cheapest wine and say it was £28 /$35. Further evidence that we are blind about wine comes from the California Institute of Technology (Caltech). In a 2008 Caltech study, 20 volunteers connected to brain scanners sampled a range of wines. The Caltech study showed that our brains feel more pleasure when we think we are drinking a $45 wine instead of a $5 bottle - even when the vino is the same. gets worse. In 2011, a British psychologist devoted to exposing the frailties of human perception, Richard Wiseman, ran a double-blind wine test featuring stock ranging from a $5 Bordeaux to a $50 champagne. The 578 experiment participants rightly identified pricey varieties only half the time. during the 1930s, Gallo poured a customer two glasses of wine, saying that one sold for 5¢ and the other for double. Both were the same, but guess which the customer chose - the 10¢ one.
And sorry to hear the Noro virus is plaguing my alma mater California Institute of the Arts! They had to cancel the Halloween Party!! :(
Head to head: California Institute of Technology vs Georgia Institute of Technology (GT)
Juno is the the fastest spacecraft build by humans and launched in 2011 to our largest planet Jupiter, a team lead by NASA, developed and constructed by Lockheed Martin,managed by California Institute of Technology, JPL; along with South West Research Institute, University of Hawaii, University of Colorado at Boulder, Planetary Science Institute and Goddard Space Flight Center. GO UNIVERSITY OF HAWAII! The speed of JUNO is over a million KM an hour. Yes! 24 miles per second!! I want to fly on it but I guess the seating is limited to three Lego figures... How sad!! Pawan
Teams plug in as Solar Decathlon homes near completion OCRegister (subscription) Team Southern California Institute of Architecture and California Institute of Technology works to build their solar-power home, DALE, for the Solar Decathlon at ...
Spirals of light may lead to better electronics: —A group of researchers at the California Institute of Technology (Caltech) has created the optical equivalent of a tuning fork—a device that can help steady the electrical currents needed to power high-end electronics and stabilize the signals of high-quality lasers. The work marks the first time that such a device has been miniaturized to fit on a chip and may pave the way to improvements in high-speed communications, navigation, and remote sensing. (Image: Hansuek Lee/Caltech)
Dexter's Laboratory (commonly abbreviated as Dexter's Lab) is an American comic science fiction animated children's television series created by Genndy Tartakovsky for Cartoon Network. The series follows Dexter, a boy-genius with a secret laboratory filled with his collection of inventions. He constantly battles his sister Dee Dee, who always gains access despite his best efforts to keep her out, as well as his arch-rival and neighbor, Mandark. The series' first two seasons contain additional segments: Dial M for Monkey, which focuses on Dexter's pet lab monkey-turned-superhero, and The Justice Friends, about a trio of superheroes who share an apartment. Tartakovsky first pitched the series to Hanna-Barbera's animated shorts showcase World Premiere Toons, basing it on student films he produced while attending the California Institute of the Arts. Four shorts were created and broadcast on Cartoon Network in 1995 and 1996 before viewer approval ratings convinced the network to order a 13-episode first seaso ...
Dryden research pilot Jim Smolka flew a 90-minute pilot proficiency formation aerobatics flight with another Dryden F/A-18 and a Dryden T-38, concluding with two low-level formation flyovers of NASA's Dryden Flight Research Center before landing. Fullerton was honored with a water-cannon spray arch provided by two fire trucks from the Edwards Air Force Base fire department as he taxied the F/A-18 up to the Dryden ramp, and was then greeted by his wife Marie and several hundred Dryden staff after his final flight. Fullerton began his flying career with the U.S. Air Force in 1958 after earning bachelor's and master's degrees in mechanical engineering from the California Institute of Technology. Initially trained as a fighter pilot, he later transitioned to multi-engine bombers and became a bomber operations test pilot after attending the Air Force Aerospace Research Pilot School at Edwards Air Force Base, Calif. He then was assigned to the flight crew for the planned Air Force Manned Orbital Laboratory in 1 ...
ASTRONOMY - BLAZARS - SPACE EXPLORATION - HUNTING FOR BLACK HOLES Delivers First X-Ray Data . . . SOURCE: NASA, Caltech (See two pictures below) NASA's Nuclear Spectroscopic Telescope Array, or NuSTAR, is giving the wider astronomical community a first look at its unique X-ray images of the cosmos. "We are pleased to present the world with NuSTAR's first look at the sky in high-energy X-rays with a true focusing telescope," said Fiona Harrison, the mission's principal investigator at the California Institute of Technology, Pasadena. The images comprise an assortment of extreme objects, including black holes near and far. The more distant black holes are some of the most luminous objects in the universe, radiating X-rays as they ferociously consume surrounding gas. One type of black hole in the data is a blazar, which is an active, supermassive black hole pointing a jet toward Earth. Systems known as X-ray binaries, in which a compact object such as a neutron star or black hole feeds off a stellar companio ...
So Cool: Building Tomorrow at NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory and the California Institute of Technology -
Tonight at 9 pm I'll be performing at California Institute of Abnormal Arts in the Dark Mark Variety Show 11334 Burbank Blvd.
SPOTLIGHT ON DAVID G. BROWN!! Member, Board of Directors at The Museum of African American Art | Los Angeles, Instructor of Digital Media and Animation at Los Angeles School Of Global Studies and Staff Instructor at California Institute of the Arts and David is also winner of the NAACP IMAGE AWARD!! WOW!! He is a great Cartoonist and writer and I meet him at Wondercon because of Phil Yeh!! You can see him Friday night at CCI, my new pal DAVID G. BROWN!! The Future Tomorrow, 22nd Century, Comic Cons and Publishing, Friday, 7/19/13, 8:00p.m. - 9:00p.m., Room: 4 San Diego Convention Center! Futuristic insight into the next 100 years of Comic Cons, Publishing, Media, Art Galleries and Museums. What will history record and our legacies produce? Join us on this time travel vision of great things to come. Let our imaginations run wild. We are to be preserved on Digital Media for Millennia! Join Steve Geppi, CEO Diamond Comics, and World’s largest Comic’s distributor. David Brin, SF Author, Scientist/PhD. ...
How Some Unusual RNA Molecules Home in On Targets Science Daily July 5, 2013 — The genes that code for proteins -- more than 20,000 in total -- make up only about 1 percent of the complete human genome. That entire thing -- not just the genes, but also genetic junk and all the rest -- is coiled and folded up in any number of ways within the nucleus of each of our cells. Think, then, of the challenge that a protein or other molecule, like RNA, faces when searching through that material to locate a target gene. Now a team of researchers led by newly arrived biologist Mitchell Guttman of the California Institute of Technology (Caltech) and Kathrin Plath of UCLA, has figured out how some RNA molecules take advantage of their position within the three-dimensional mishmash of genomic material to home in on targets. The research appears in the current issue of Science Express. The findings suggests a unique role for a class of RNAs, called lncRNAs, which Guttman and his colleagues at the Broad Institute of MIT ...
The IIT Entrance Exam The admissions test for the Indian Institutes of Technology, known as the Joint Entrance Examination or JEE, may be the most competitive test in the world. In 2012, half a million Indian high school students sat for the JEE. Over six grueling hours of chemistry, physics, and math questions, the students competed for one of ten thousand spots at India’s most prestigious engineering universities. When the students finish the exam, it is the end of a two plus year process. Nearly every student has spent four hours a day studying advanced science topics not taught at school, often waking up earlier than four in the morning to attend coaching classes before school starts. The prize is a spot at a university that students describe without hyperbole as a “ticket to another life.” The Indian Institutes of Technology (IITs) are a system of technical universities in India comparable in prestige and rigor to the Massachusetts Institute of Technology or the California Institute of Technolo ...
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So, social scientist A F Mathew from the Indian Institute of Management, Kozhikode (IIMK) tried to explain the gruesome realities of the caste system in India to participants from the California Institute of Technology on Saturday. - Ahmedabad dna
Leonard Solomon Lerman[1] (June 27, 1925 - Sep 19, 2012) American scientist most noted for his work on DNA. Life and career-Lerman was born in Pittsburgh, the son of Freamah and Meyer Lerman, Jewish immigrants from Russia. His father was a department store buyer. As a graduate student with Linus Pauling at the California Institute of Technology, Lerman discovered that antibodies have two binding sites. Later, perhaps his most important discovery was that certain molecules bind to DNA by intercalation. This discovery has shaped much of science's understanding about how drugs and mutagens interact with DNA. Later, during a sabbatical at the University of Cambridge, Lerman had a chance to work with later Nobel Prize winners Sydney Brenner and Francis Crick. Lerman led a productive research program at Vanderbilt University in Nashville, the University of Colorado Health Sciences Center in Denver and SUNY Albany, the State University of New York at Albany. Lerman's lab crew included at least one Nobel Prize w ...
Good news and bad news in our most recent lineupdates... Unfortunately Jim Fadiman and Steve Hillage can no longer attend, which is a big shame. The silver lining is that we will be announcing some new names in the next few days, the first of which is Allan Badiner. Allan is a writer, teacher, and an activist with a special interest in how Buddhism relates to modern social problems. He is a contributing editor at Tricycle magazine, and serves on the board of Rainforest Action Network. Allan edited, "Zig Zag Zen: Buddhism and Psychedelics" (Chronicle Books), "Dharma Gaia: A Harvest in Buddhism and Ecology" (Parallax), and "Mindfulness in the Marketplace: Compassionate Responses to Consumerism" (Parallax). Allan holds a masters degree in Buddhist Studies from the College of Buddhist Studies in Los Angeles, and he is an Adjunct Professor at the California Institute of Integral Studies (CIIS) in San Francisco. His talk will be titled 'Psychedelic Dharma'.
Biography of JOHN BRIAN KING, the writer/director of "Redlands" Born in Los Angeles, California. Graduate of California Institute of the Arts (majored in art and design). Founder and owner of AMOK Books, a publishing house and bookstore based in Los Angeles. Editor of the AMOK “Dispatch” book catalogs (the “AMOK Fourth Dispatch: Sourcebook of the Extremes of Information in Print” sold over 50,000 copies). At AMOK Bookstore, curated the first art exhibition of serial killer John Wayne Gacy’s “clown” paintings and produced the S&M performance “Nailed!,” featuring the late artist and writer Bob Flanagan (subject of Kirby *** s documentary “Sick”). Conducted a videotaped interview with cultist-murderer Charles Manson at San Quentin Prison. Designed the film titles for over thirty films, including “Boogie Nights,” “The Ring,” and “Punch-Drunk Love.” Author of the nonfiction book “Lustmord: The Writings and Artifacts of Murderers.” Writer for the CBS TV show “Cold Case ...
First version of this article was originally published on 3 September, 2012 Share this story:Follow us:Follow Terrell, from the NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory, California Institute of Technology has helped design missions to Mars, discovered four new moons aroun...
Its not too late to join The Chop Shop Acting Intensive for a Special Voice and Speech session with Denise Woods from speakitclearly.com Denise Woods, a former faculty member of The Juilliard School and California Institute of the Arts for two decades, Denise has worked as a vocal coach and as a dialect coach for actors such as Will Smith in Ali, Jeffrey Wright in shaft, and Ving Rhames in the Don King. She recently coached the production of Joe Turner's directed by Phylicia Rashad.
This week's university: California Institute of Technology. California Institute of Technology (also known as Caltech) is a private research university in Pasadena, California. Originally founded as a vocational and preparatory school in 1891, the university has become a global leader in science, technology and engineering. Despite its small size, 31 Caltech alumni and faculty have won the Nobel Prize and 66 have won the National Medal of Science or Technology. There are 111 faculty members who have been elected to the National Academies. In addition, numerous faculty members are associated with the Howard Hughes Medical Institute as well as NASA. Companies such as Intel, Compaq, and Hotmail were founded by Caltech alumni. Famous film director Frank Capra also graduated from Caltech.
PASADENA, Calif. - NASA's Cassini spacecraft has provided scientists the first close-up, visible-light views of a behemoth hurricane swirling around Saturn's north pole. In high-resolution pictures and video, scientists see the hurricane's eye is about 1,250 miles (2,000 kilometers) wide, 20 times larger than the average hurricane eye on Earth. Thin, bright clouds at the outer edge of the hurricane are traveling 330 mph(150 meters per second). The hurricane swirls inside a large, mysterious, six-sided weather pattern known as the hexagon. "We did a double take when we saw this vortex because it looks so much like a hurricane on Earth," said Andrew Ingersoll, a Cassini imaging team member at the California Institute of Technology in Pasadena. "But there it is at Saturn, on a much larger scale, and it is somehow getting by on the small amounts of water vapor in Saturn's hydrogen atmosphere." Scientists will be studying the hurricane to gain insight into hurricanes on Earth, which feed off warm ocean water. ...
Moving to the Bay Area and looking for a home :) About me: I am a 28 year old qenderqueer Australian moving to SF around mid August. I have been living in Toronto for the past two years. I finished up my undergrad at Bryn Mawr in Philadelphia. I teach *** yoga and will be bringing my programing to the Bay! I will be starting at the California Institute for Integral Studies, Integral Counseling Psychology program this Autumn. My intention is to move towards sex therapy. I am a writer and study women's and spiritual mythology. I grew up in Brisbane, Australia, as well as Germany and England, and have spent much of my life traveling. I still love to travel and intend to do so for work and play when I'm not studying hard. I will be working, and will be out of the house in the afternoons and evenings for that.  When I'm home, I like to: Cook, watch movies, read, write, take baths, decorate, play in my wardrobe, BBQ, make dinner for friends and chill outside with a beer. All the Aussie rumors are true.  I a . ...
AWARD-winning Hollywood animator Mike L. Murphy, renowned for his contributions to blockbusters such as Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone and The Lord of the Rings has been appointed as the Director of Animation, at The One Academy (TOA) in Bandar Sunway.        Born in Los Gatos, California, Murphy left high school a year early after getting a tour of Walt Disney Feature Animation studios (in the 90s) while they were making Aladdin. He subsequently attended California Institute of the Arts in Valencia. He also redesigned Mrs. Butterworth and directed her animation.       Equipped with years of experience in the rapidly changing universe of digital animation, Murphy has played various roles in filmmaking, and is the proud winner of 1st Place in Cinematography in the Rhode Island International Film Festival 2006.       Since his arrival in Malaysia, Murphy has conducted numerous sessions for the Digital Animation students in the forms of seminars, master classes and workshops. With his ...
Stars have an alluring pull on planets, especially those in a class called hot Jupiters, which are gas giants that form farther from their stars before migrating inward and heating up. Now, a new study using data from NASA's Kepler Space Telescope shows that hot Jupiters, despite their close-in orbits, are not regularly consumed by their stars. Instead, the planets remain in fairly stable orbits for billions of years, until the day comes when they may ultimately get eaten. "Eventually, all hot Jupiters get closer and closer to their stars, but in this study we are showing that this process stops before the stars get too close," said Peter Plavchan of NASA's Exoplanet Science Institute at the California Institute of Technology, Pasadena, Calif. "The planets mostly stabilize once their orbits become circular, whipping around their stars every few days." The study, published recently in the Astrophysical Journal, is the first to demonstrate how the hot Jupiter planets halt their inward march on stars. Gravit ...
Scientists have developed a reactor that mimics plants by turning sunlight into fuel. This is another discovery that could be implemented on a mass scale simply by using the sun. Researchers at the California Institute of Technology have built a reactor with a quartz window that absorbs sunlight and...
Richard Feynman was one of this century’s greatest physicists. His accomplishments were to numerous too list completely. However, a partial accounting will help to inform the reader of this man’s importance. Feynman was part of the famous (or infamous) Manhattan Project, which culminated in the first atomic bomb. He was a member of the expert panel that investigated the explosion of the space shuttle challenger. He taught at the California Institute of Technology. He received a Nobel Prize for his work in quantum electrodynamics. He, in fact, changed the face of quantum electrodynamics. He played an important role in Quark theory. He created what were to be known as the Feynman diagrams. He won the Oersted Medal for teaching. He wrote textbooks, which are used in universities all over the country. He was a best selling author of popular works, such as Surely You’re Joking, Mr. Feynman. He deciphered Mayan hieroglyphics. He was a talented drummer. He was a great story teller. He was a lover of games ...
Probing the mysteries of probiotics In the human body, microbes outnumber human cells 10 to 1. That sounds icky, but the news isn't all bad: Bacteria can help us and may have even more potential than we currently know. Sarkis Mazmanian, a biologist at the California Institute of Technology, received a MacArthur Foundation "genius grant" to study good vs. bad bacteria in the gut. He and colleagues have postulated that this bacteria can train the immune system to distinguish between "foreign" microbes and the ones that originate in the body. Our symbiotic relationship with bacteria may help prevent and treat autoimmune diseases such as multiple sclerosis and Alzheimer's, they say. By studying this microbiome of gut bacteria, Mazmanian is laying a knowledge foundation for potential new therapies to treat many human diseases. First of all, what are good bacteria, or probiotics? Sarkis Mazmanian: The definition of probiotic bacteria is that they're live bacteria that confer some sort of health benefit, but tha ...
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In My Opinion: It doesn't seem to matter where you are on the totem pole of life there is always someone to look down on. Is college worth it? A new book suggests it rarely is. William Bennett former Education Secretary has written a book with that title. Bennett advocates that only about 150 out of 3,500 U.S. colleges and universities provide an education that is worth the investment required. He warns that nearly half of the people entering in pursuit of a degree leave without it. Astonishingly , among the half that graduated in 2011 half are unemployed or underemployed. He says, " If you aren't attending a college like California's Harvey Mudd College, MIT, the California Institute of Technology, Stanford, Harvard or Princeton, it's just not worth the money." IMHO: First, if you don't like to study or read or learn don't go to college on your own dime. Get others to pay and when you drop out you won't owe the system anything while you let those others take the loss that you generated by not applying yo ...
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