WATSONVILLE—A challenging start to the year and some dips related to accounting practices on major projects caused second quarter revenues to drop nearly 3 percent from a year ago, Granite … Continue reading
SANTA CRUZ—The strong dollar and several other factors hampered sales in the first quarter of fiscal 2016, Plantronics executives reported Monday.
SANTA CRUZ—International researchers, farmers and community workers have toured Santa Cruz County farms and community gardens this week as part of a two-week intensive course to study the intersection of … Continue reading
SANTA CRUZ—In a UC-Santa Cruz research lab dedicated to the interdisciplinary study of computer games, two graduate students have combined linguistics and computational theory to create a new multidimensional library … Continue reading
Community Media Access Partnership (CMAP) is hosting a new two-session workshop on the essentials of citizen journalism with local journalist and media consultant Jennifer Pittman.
SAN FRANCISCO—As more and more ultra swank, tech-friendly high rises come online, will owners of older buildings be able to compete for high-end tenants?
Dark New World: CSUEB Professor Carol Lauzon’s co-discovery inside “Dead Man’s Toe” could help unravel the origins of Earth
HAYWARD—To walk a mile in someone else’s shoes takes on special meaning for biological sciences Professor Carol Lauzon, a co-lead scientist on a groundbreaking research grant to study the origins … Continue reading
CAPITOLA—The first thing that 88-year-old Lee Fitzgerald noticed when he woke up from a surprisingly brief nonsurgical procedure to put a new valve in his heart was that the unremitting … Continue reading