Many longtime residents and housing advocates worry that East Palo Alto will become inaccessible to the people it has traditionally served since its incorporation 30 years ago.
Sculptor Roger Stoller builds 20-foot stone and metal pieces destined for display in civic plazas and on the front of buildings.
A population boom in the 1970s helped make the Bering Sea’s walleye pollock the most valuable fishery in the United States. Scientists are still debating what caused the unexpected surge.
Take 50 Stanford University engineering students, give them $250,000 and two years, and what do you get? An affordable net-zero energy house for the 2013 Solar Decathlon.
Bay Area residents looking for a break from the rush of modern life might take a visit to Woodside’s Filoli estate, a peaceful country house where not much has changed since the early 20th century.
Skybox Imaging co-founders Dan Berkenstock and Julian Mann share their start-up story. The pair and two other founders started a satellite company after a class assignment at Stanford.
This spring, the city’s battle to reduce crime and violence will take on an unexpected new front: junior and senior high school students who chronically miss school.
Challenges of cost and scale make businesses less likely to jump on board California’s push for solar energy.
The co-founders of Mountain View’s Skybox Imaging, Inc. shared their unique journey and advice for future entrepreneurs at a seminar that kicked off Stanford’s annual Entrepreneurship Week.