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California Institute of Technology Overview

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How Well Is California Institute of Technology Ranked?

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2021 Rankings

College Factual analyzes over 2,000 colleges and universities in its annual rankings and ranks them in a variety of ways, including most diverse,

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ShakeOut 2020 | www.caltech.edu

Each year on the third Thursday of October, also known as International ShakeOut Day, the Caltech community participates in the Great California ShakeOut. ShakeOut calls itself “the world’s largest earthquake drill” and, through that drill and its associated conversation, seeks to promote earthquake preparedness and safety.

Despite COVID-19, this year’s ShakeOut will continue as planned, with Caltech participants encouraged to adopt the “drop, cover, and hold on” posture at 10:15 a.m. today, October 15, wherever they are. Participants can also download graphics, banners, and icons on the ShakeOut messaging page.

In lieu of the Institute’s usual in-person earthquake

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Purdue Northwest College of Technology Awarded the 2020 Future Leaders in Packaging Scholarship

Herndon, Va. – PMMI, The Association for Packaging and Processing Technologies, is pleased to announce that Purdue Northwest College of Technology is the 2020 recipient of the Future Leaders in Packaging Scholarship.

The scholarship was established in 2011 in conjunction with Packaging World’s Leaders in Packaging program. This annual marketing program enables suppliers to promote their innovation and expertise to the packaging community.

The scholarship is awarded each year to an educational institution that prepares students for careers in packaging. The recipient school selects one or more students pursuing related degrees and distributes the funds to the student(s) to defray

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Center to advance predictive simulation research established at MIT Schwarzman College of Computing | MIT News

Understanding the degradation of materials in extreme environments is a scientific problem with major technological applications, ranging from spaceflight to industrial and nuclear safety. Yet it presents an intrinsic challenge: Researchers cannot easily reproduce these environments in the laboratory or observe essential degradation processes in real-time. Computational modeling and simulation have consequently become indispensable tools in helping to predict the behavior of complex materials across a range of strenuous conditions.

At MIT, a new research effort aims to advance the state-of-the-art in predictive simulation as well as shape new interdisciplinary graduate education programs at the intersection of computational science and

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