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Overview AirTalk is the longest-running daily talk show in Southern California, aired for the first time on April, 1985. Starting in 1988, the talk show hosted by Larry Mantle, was devoted to Caltech and JPL on the third Wednesday of every month and had the title “AirTalk: The Caltech Edition”.The first broadcast of "AirTalk: The Caltech Edition" took to the airwaves on January 20, 1988. The program was aired from 6 to 7 PM on KPCC, the National Public Radio affiliate of Pasadena City...
Dates: 1988 - 2002
Overview The Arnold Beckman materials are primarily printed matter relating to Beckman's philanthropy, including newspaper clippings, photos, albums and scrapbooks. There are also two archival boxes of biographical newspaper clippings from the 1950s through 1989. Although there is only a small amount of correspondence (less than one archival box), many of the correspondents are noteworthy figures, including several politicians. The three storage cartons contain photo albums and scrapbooks. The...
Overview The Earnest C. Watson Lecture Series brings to the public the most innovative scientific research taking place at Caltech. Spotlighting a small selection of the pioneering research the Caltech faculty is conducting, these lectures are geared toward a general audience, part of the Institute's commitment to benefiting the local community through education and outreach. The lectures are given by world renowned Caltech Faculty and in the past have featured also several Nobel Prize winners, such as...
Overview Joseph B. Koepfli (1904-2004) was a research associate in chemistry at Caltech from 1932 to 1971. His field of study was organic chemistry, principally alkaloids and other physiologically active substances such as adrenalin and insulin. He was trained in pharmacology and during World War II worked on developing antimalarial drugs. Koepfli's papers document a portion of his chemical research as well as his role as a science adviser to the U.S. State Department.
Overview The Rudolph A Marcus papers consist of working papers, correspondence, publications, and biographical material. Marcus is best known for his contributions to the theory of electron transfer reactions in chemical systems, for which he won the 1992 Nobel Prize in chemistry.
Overview Letters primarily to the nineteenth-century American chemist Edward Williams Morley, and letters to and from other members of his family including his parents and siblings, also including an important collection of Civil War letters, in addition to miscellaneous historical documents, form the collection titled the Edward Williams Morley Family Papers in the Archives of the California Institute of Technology. Edward Morley is best known for his collaboration with Albert A. Michelson on the...
- Subject: Chemistry X
- California Institute of Technology 5
- Anson, Fred C. (Chemist) 1
- Beckman Instruments, Inc 1
- Beckman, Arnold O. (Chemist, Inventor, Philanthropist) 1
- California Institute of Technology. Division of Chemistry and Chemical Engineering 1
- Clark, J. Kent (Literature) 1
- Feynman, Richard P. (Richard Phillips), 1918-1988 1
- Hibbs, Albert 1
- Koepfli, Joseph Blake (Chemist) 1
- Land, Edwin H. 1
- Marcus, Rudolph A. (Rudolph Arthur), 1923- (Chemist, Nobel Laureate) 1
- Michelson, Albert A. (Albert Abraham), 1852-1931 1
- Miller, Dayton C. 1
- Morley, Edward Williams (Chemist, Physicist) 1
- Pauling, Linus (Chemist, Nobel Laureate) 1
- Waser, Jurg 1 ∧ less