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Key to Speeding Up Carbon Sequestration Discovered

By photosearth / July 17, 2017

Scientists at Caltech and USC identify how to encourage the chemical reaction by which carbon dioxide is locked away in the ocean News Writer:  Robert Perkins Scanning electron microscope image of calcite. Credit: Adam Subhas/Caltech Scientists at Caltech and USC have discovered a way to speed up the slow part of the chemical reaction that […]

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NASA’s Juno Spacecraft Completes Flyby over Jupiter’s Great Red Spot

By photosearth / July 12, 2017

Jupiter's Great Red Spot Swallows EarthJuno Over Jupiter's South Pole (Illustration) Juno and the Great Red Spot (Illustration) This illustration depicts NASA's Juno spacecraft soaring over Jupiter's south pole. Credit: NASA/JPL-Caltech/Stony Brook University NASA’s Juno mission completed a close flyby of Jupiter and its Great Red Spot on July 10, during its sixth science orbit. […]

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Exhibition may solve Franklins lost expedition

By photosearth / July 3, 2017

Map of the probable routes taken by HMS Erebus and HMS Terror during Franklin’s lost expedition. Legend Disko Bay (5) to Beechey Island (just off the southwest corner of Devon Island, to the east of 1), in 1845. Around Cornwallis Island (1), in 1845. Beechey Island down Peel Sound between Prince of Wales Island (2), […]

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David Tirrell Named Caltech Provost

By photosearth / July 1, 2017

News Writer:  Shayna Chabner McKinney David Tirrell, Caltech's tenth provost Credit: Caltech David Tirrell, the Ross McCollum-William H. Corcoran Professor of Chemistry and Chemical Engineering and the director of the Beckman Institute, will become Caltech’s tenth provost, President Thomas F. Rosenbaum announced today. His appointment will take effect October 1, 2017. Tirrell, who will succeed […]