After years in the solar farm industry, Derek Chase was looking into different drone companies to handle aerial flyovers. But he found these companies couldn’t provide the information he needed, which was found on the ground, under the panels, where the wires are.
As a chemist of food science, J. Bruce German was accustomed to observing the tiniest things: protein particles, bacteria, mucin layers and much more invisible to the naked eye. But nothing prepared him for his first experience in the neonatal intensive care unit at UC Davis.
It was the age of the milkman, the gas attendant and free paper bags. Comstock’s president and publisher reminisces about a simpler time before all the automation.
One hundred years ago, the original Northern California hospital opened on June 16, 1923, in San Francisco as a provider of specialized pediatric orthopedics. The Nobles of Shriners International were the founding donors. They committed themselves to raising the funding necessary to provide each patient with the care needed to pursue life as a successful, independent adult.
SMUD Museum of Science and Curiosity (MOSAC) is one of the Sacramento region’s most exciting educational destinations, inspiring learners of all ages and providing a foundation for future STEM professionals.
Western Placer Waste Management Authority (WPWMA) has been creating solutions and transforming waste into a resource since 1978.
CalMatters: Hundreds of scientists working for the state of California to protect water supplies, respond to oil spills, study wildlife and track foodborne outbreaks marched in Sacramento Nov. 15 in what’s being called the first-ever strike by state civil servants.
The road to investing is wide and full of many different kinds of drivers that often overlap. Here is a basic guide to understanding how various investors work and what makes each one unique.
Since 2020, the global economy has been mired in uncertainty. On Oct. 5, 2023, investors and entrepreneurs convened at the Roebbelen Center @The Grounds in Roseville to address certain questions regarding business in the Capital Region.
Grown in a lab from raw materials, so-called “baby trees” could be essential for protecting not only the future of fruits and vegetables, but also people. This is the aim of Botanical Solution Inc., a Davis-based ag tech startup with global roots.