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UC Davis students build coffee can radar project inspired by MIT

Blinking lights is a lot of fun, but if you’re getting an EE degree the cool stuff becomes a bit more involved. In this case, building your own radar is the thing to do. Here’s a coffee can radar ... read more

Hella Good: Mixing Science and California Slang to Name a Really Big Number

UC Davis student Austin Sendek seems to think so. He has initiated a Facebook campaign to designate a scientifically accepted prefix for this number, 10^27. The prefix he chose is “hella” because it ... read more

Polygamous households 'are wealthier and have healthier children'

But now scientists have discovered that having multiple wives can actually be good for the entire family ... globe ban or restrict marriages to more than one spouse at a time, UC Davis researchers ... read more

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How the Collapse of Nokia Is Igniting Europe's Next Silicon Valley

The story of Finland’s fascinating emergence as a hotbed for startups — quite possibly the next Silicon Valley of Europe — can’t be ... of business and tech students took a class trip to MIT several ... read more

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In this case, building your own radar is the thing to do. Here’s a coffee can radar setup being shown off by a group of UC Davis students. Regular readers will recognize the concept as one we looked ... read more

Cities Look At Subsidized Housing To Stem Teacher Shortages

Inspired by the success in the heart of the Silicon Valley of a 70-unit teachers-only apartment complex, school districts in high cost-of-living areas and rural communities that have long struggled to ... read more

Insight: Capitol Chat / Sacramento Youth Symphony / Sound Advice With Nick Brunner

For this week’s Sound Advice, Hey, Listen! Host Nick Brunner shares new tracks from artists on his radar, like Spud Cannon, Shad, Mattiel and The Chap. read more

Upper Niagara Street is Hot

Upper Niagara Street has seen a number of new projects both large and small in the past few years. They, along with streetscape upgrades now out to bid by the City, promise big improvements to the ... read more

Can you decipher Darwin's handwriting? Museum calls for help in deciphering handwritten labels on priceless collection

Volunteers can look at the specimens and submit their transcriptions online using the Berkeley university's Calbug system. Calbug is an online project ... UC Berkeley, Calbug includes insect ... read more

Seymour fined $7,500 for pulling Clady’s hair

Oakland Raiders’ defensive end Richard Seymour was fined $7,500 by the NFL for the unnecessary roughness penalty he received for pulling on the cornrows belonging to Broncos’ left tackled Ryan Clady. ... read more

The Kink in Elon Musk’s Hyperloop

Building on an idea the Tesla and ... if they die and I haven’t actually succeeded, I can never forgive myself.” This urgency evolved into a honed efficiency after Pishevar’s marriage to his ... read more

It’s In the Bag! Teenager Wins Science Fair, Solves Massive Environmental Problem

But leave it to a Canadian high school student to leave them all in the dust ... Here’s another tale of a blue ribbon project that could have great environmental benefits: Teen’s Winning Science Fair ... read more

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