September 21st, 2009
Scientific American: Construction material entrepreneurs discussed efforts to create more environmentally friendly cement and other building products at a conference in California.
September 20th, 2009
VentureBeat: In the past decade, we’ve experienced the digitization of our music and our books; the next logical step is to take our health care digital.
September 16th, 2009
Forbes: On the ground floor of an office building in a rundown neighborhood in Menlo Park, Calif., two lasers fire inside a dresser-size aluminum alloy cabinet.
September 15th, 2009
Stanford Magazine: LELAND STANFORD WAS A VISIONARY who helped shape the American West.
September 9th, 2009
New York Times: Since its founding in 2002, Nanosolar has raised a lot of money - half a billion dollars to date - and made a lot of noise about upending the solar industry, but the Silicon Valley start-up has been a bit vague on specifics about why it’s the next big green thing.
September 7th, 2009,
Wall Street Journal: Do we still need dictionaries in the age of Google?
September 5th, 2009,
The Oregonian: On paper, making fuel from plant materials looks like a simple five-step process.
August 18th, 2009,
Fierce Biotech: Emeryville, CA-based Adamas Pharmaceuticals has scooped up $40 million in Series D cash to fund a trio of development programs--including work on a combo antiviral therapy for the flu--which has swiftly become one of the hottest fields in biomedical research.
August 16th, 2009,
Tech Crunch: A team of Yahoo veterans who built its behavioral targeting advertising technology are publicly launching a hybrid ad network today called Rocket Fuel, which they’ve tested over the past year with major brands including Nike, Dell, Microsoft, and American Express.