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Teaching Coding in Elementary Schools

Through a computer science course, Caltech undergrads are helping local elementary school students learn basic programming skills. Teaching Coding in Elementary Schools On Friday afternoons, Caltech computer science students visit public schools in Pasadena to help third-, fourth-, and fifth-graders ...

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In search of hidden worlds

In search of hidden worlds Every other Sunday evening, the Foote University Green is transformed into a makeshift observatory by a dedicated group of students. They are the Astronomy Club. By Ashley A. Williams This small, tight-knit community for space ...

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Ghost particles as fascinating lights and sounds

444 illuminated loudspeakers transform current research into a walk-in art installation. (Image: T. O. Roth / imachination projects) Ghost particles as fascinating lights and sounds Research data translated into a walk-in light and sound installation The Technical University of Munich ...

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Plant Growth: How Stem Cells Make Stems

A shoot apical meristem of an Arabidopsis thaliana plant, surrounded by early stages of developing flowers that have arisen from the meristem. The photograph is taken using a laser scanning confocal microscope. Credit: Nathanaël Prunet/Caltech Plant Growth: How Stem Cells ...

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Brains in Attendance

Brains in Attendance The Kavli BRAIN Showcase will forge new connections between brain researchers across campus By Harrison Tasoff Neurons will be firing, fast and furious, when UC Santa Barbara brain scientists and scholars converge Friday, Jan. 18, for the ...

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