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The Pasadena City Council on Tuesday appointed developer Joel Bryant to temporarily fill the seat at the dais left vacant after Chris Holden was elected to the state Assembly. Bryant is a member of the board of directors for the Rose Bowl Operating Co....
Millikan Library is the tallest building on the Caltech campus. It is also the most sensitive. The sleek, gray nine-story building is home to 13 pocket-sized seismometers and a rooftop “shaker” that sends vibrations through the structure....
High school students have been known to sling a roll or two of toilet paper — but not many use catapults or compete with rocket scientists for the longest heave. Yet that was the task Friday at the 15th annual Invention Challenge at Jet...
Pasadena City College has received $3,875,000 from the U.S. Department of Education to expand a program that provides job skills to engineering students and helps them work toward their bachelor’s degrees. The college’s Design Technology...
When Christina Kondos receives her bachelor's degree at Caltech's commencement Friday, she will represent a tiny and little-known minority at the prestigious science and engineering campus in Pasadena. Kondos is the only one in her graduating class of...
The Los Angeles basin is home to some famously filthy air, and this month a leader in the study of air pollution added a carbon particle-tainted feather to his cap. John Seinfeld, a chemical engineering professor at Caltech, has been named one of two...
Singing in a chorus might not be rocket science, but that hasn’t stopped Jet Propulsion Laboratory workers from forming their own company of singers. The JPL Chorus will make its debut at 7:30 p.m. Saturday in a free concert with the Pasadena...
It was called the “seventh engineering wonder of the world,” a herculean effort to reverse the flow of the Chicago River. Typhoid fever, cholera and other waterborne diseases were running rampant in Chicago in the late 19th century, and...
Meritus Health Meritus Healthcare Foundation recently welcomed two new managers: • Donor Relations Manager Allison Anderson is working with internal audiences including board members, physicians, planned giving and programs for Meritus Health&...
Scott Beck By John P. Huston,Tribune reporter Scott Beck's brain isn't the only instrument he uses to help him excel at math and science. Beck, a Highland Park High School senior, turns to the French horn to "kind of keep me balanced and keep me...
The courtship that has riveted the neuroscience world blossomed at a Saturday night dinner in a tony Brentwood restaurant. USC provost Elizabeth Garrett and executive vice provost Michael Quick kept the conversation light. Over chicken with braised...
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