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A new test that identifies antibiotic-resistant bacteria in as little as 30 minutes could change the way antibiotics are prescribed and help reduce the spread of superbug bacteria

New research conducted at Caltech and UC San Francisco (UCSF) is suggesting that the key to curing multiple sclerosis (MS) could be hiding in an unlikely place—our excrement. 

Caltech researchers have developed a new microchip for use in "smart pills" that may one day move through the body to diagnose and treat disease.
Engineers at Caltech have developed a smartphone app that can measure a key indicator of your heart's health, simply by placing the phone's camera against your neck.
Caltech chemists have figured out a new, more efficient way to create carbon-based fuels from carbon dioxide (CO2).
Caltech Engineers have created software capable of assessing audience reactions to a movie using the viewers' facial expressions.
Caltech engineers have developed a new camera design that replaces lenses with an array of light receivers, making cameras thin, light, cheap, and flexible.
Caltech is one of twelve universities to be awarded a $20,000 mini-grant from the Association of American Universities as part of their efforts to improve undergraduate education in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) disciplines.
Caltech scientists have discovered for the first time a functional link between bacteria in the intestines and Parkinson's disease.