Google, and 12 other Silicon Valley companies, will not provide the U.S. Department of Labor with data on their hiring practices, drawing public anger from Bay Area minorities, who feel they’re underrepresented.
Experts from Stanford University urge locals to steer clear of coastal elevations 100 feet above sea level for up to 10 hours following a tsunami alert.
Could it happen here? Stanford University expert says Bay Area earthquakes are unlikely to trigger deadly tsunamis. A quake along the San Andreas fault would cause a different type of motion than the Japan quake.
After meeting families in Burma who depended upon kerosene lanterns to light their daily tasks, Stanford student Erica Estrada recreated their living conditions in Palo Alto and developed safe, affordable lighting.
It was a bittersweet end to an exciting few months for would-be Mountain View City Council member and Google employee, Aaron Jabbari.
Google, the search engine behemoth, may have met its match in the tufted face of a small, yellow-eyed bird. A proposed park for Google employees may threaten nearly endangered owls.