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But for the most demanding applications, the shortcomings of the available technologies limit us," noted Peter Day, a visiting associate in physics at Caltech and a principal scientist at JPL.
"This set of objects is an order of magnitude larger than the largest previously available data sets of their kind," said Andrew Drake, a staff scientist at Caltech.
Liquidmetal Technologies now sells some items, such as cell phone cases and golf-club heads, made from the Caltech team's zirconium-and titanium-based glasses.
According to Tom Prince, a physics professor at Caltech, these two asteroids were found orbiting near the outer planes of the ( Solar System .
He taught at Caltech in Pasadena, California from 1955 until his retirement in 1993.
"Of course, I don't think it can be accomplished soon but becoming a small but mighty university like Caltech or the UCSD, which has the world's leading bio-health research lab, is our goal," he said.
"Many animals have magnetoreception, so why not us?" asks Connie Wang, Caltech graduate student and lead author of the eNeuro study.
The firm also asked Murdo Macintosh, owner of MM Auto Services, which maintains Caltech's vehicles, to lend a hand.
NASA announced it has awarded a contact to California Institute of Technology (Caltech) to continue operations of the agency's Jet Propulsion Laboratory (JPL), the agency said.
Recently, scientists at the California Institute of Technology (CalTech) have run an experiment on mice.