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Why are seabirds abandoning their ancestral nesting grounds in Mexico and moving into California harbors?

Jun 29, 2015
Why are seabirds abandoning their ancestral nesting grounds in Mexico and moving into California harbors?

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10 Fast-Growing Industries for Government Contractors

Jun 29, 2015

All 10 are clustered in the areas of public safety, technology and education, with growth rates ranging from 13 to 538 percent.

TechWire
State Lands Commission Wants Technology to Help Improve Transparency

Jun 29, 2015

The California State Lands Commission is meeting on Monday in Sacramento to begin discussion about a draft strategic plan for 2016-2020. Technology implementation is a featured strategy in the document.

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Orange County Agency Needs Custom Health Record System

Jun 29, 2015

The public agency CalOptima has determined it needs a “tailored EHR product” to meet the needs of the Program of All-Inclusive Care for the Elderly (PACE).

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Study: Obese Americans now Outnumber Overweight Americans

Jun 29, 2015
Study: Obese Americans now Outnumber Overweight Americans

After years of data collection by the National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey, a report from the journal JAMA Internal Medicine has shown that the number of obese Americans has surpassed the number of those who are simply overweight. Using the preferred method of the Body Mass Index, or BMI, researchers found some interesting...

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California Rice Commission
Clarity at 23,000 feet

Clarity at 23,000 feet

Flying over the Sacramento Valley shows the severe impacts of the ongoing drought, according to the Rice Commission’s Jim Morris.

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Money in the Bank: Aging and the “Longevity Economy”

Jun 29, 2015

 

By Matt Perry

A popular view of older adults — that they are an unproductive drag on the American economy  – is under challenge by a new brief commissioned by AARP called “The Longevity Economy.”

Authored by U.K.-based Oxford Economics, the brief refutes standard conventions of older adults and their economic impact, claiming that...

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California Rice Commission
Domino Effect from Drought

Reduced rice plantings will impact much more than farmers. Dennis Lindberg comments from his farm in Butte County.

California Rice Commission
Nearing the halfway mark for rice

Grower Peter Rystrom comments on progress of this year’s rice crop.

TechWire
San Francisco Public Library Increases Connection Speed to 10 Gbps

Jun 29, 2015

The San Francisco Public Library accesses city-owned fiber for the connections, which is a 10 gigabit connection to its main library at 100 Larkin Street and 1 gigabit at seven branch libraries, with plans to connect all 27 branch libraries at this spe...

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