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Category: Science & Technology

Students See Cloud Technology Forming on the Horizon

Creators of the iPhone, Xbox, Google Nexus and other tech all have one thing in common: they have their heads in the cloud.
categories EducationScience & TechnologyYouth

Shift to High-Tech Jobs Leaves Latinos Behind

Job numbers are bouncing back to 2008 levels, but the recovery isn’t being felt evenly by everyone.
categories EconomyEducationRace/Ethnic RelationsScience & Technology

Listening to Gamers, Next Gen Titles and the Future of Gaming

The 2014 Electronic Entertainment Expo (E3) has come and gone, and it was just like that line from "The Fault In Our Stars"—slowly, and then all at once.
categories Arts & CultureScience & Technology

Rising Waters — UC Students Help Coastal Communities Brace for Climate Change

Two dozen UC Irvine students are participating in FloodRISE, an initiative to help ordinary people along the Pacific coast cope with rising waters.
categories EducationGreen NewsScience & Technology

Computer Science: A Branding Issue Affecting Low-income Students

Kristine Hoang was interested in computer science as a child but was not exposed to it in school. Now she explores why the study of computer science has become a privilege.
categories EducationScience & TechnologyYouth

Q&A: Online Portal Documents Vietnam’s Human Rights Abuses

A new English-language online news portal informs readers on the Communist country's human rights situation.
categories Family/Inter-generational NewsJusticePoliticsScience & Technology

‘Zaja Madre’ Shattered, But Preservation Efforts to Continue

The Zanja Madre, or Mother Ditch, is the original aqueduct that brought water from the Los Angeles River to the Pueblo de Los Angeles. It is credited as a factor in the survival and growth of the city.
categories Arts & CultureCity AffairsNeighborhoodsScience & Technology

Hispanic and Other Ethnic Adults Invisible in Clinical Trials

Less than 5 percent of the participants in federally funded clinical trials are non-white, and less than 2 percent of clinical cancer research studies focus on non-white ethnic or racial groups, UC Davis researchers have found.
categories Family/Inter-generational NewsHealthRace/Ethnic RelationsScience & Technology

Hillsides Charity Turns to Crowdfunding

A nonprofit group that provides services to needy and at-risk families, children and youth has launched a campaign through the crowdfunding platform Indiegogo to raise $5,000 to purchase sports and entertainment equipment for its “bare bones” recreation center.
categories Arts & CultureEconomyHealthNeighborhoodsScience & Technology

KA Teens From SoCal Take Part in Elite Cyber Defense Contest

Two Korean American teens are part of a Southern California high school team advancing to the finals of an elite national cyber defense competition.
categories Science & TechnologyYouth
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