About a dozen court rooms are going to be closed and 56 impacted countywide after massive layoffs are announced to deal with crippling state budget cuts. Along with cancelled programs and administrative shifting, the cuts are being called the end
Why did Geron "fail" in its
much ballyhooed pursuit of the first-ever human embryonic stem cell
Christopher Scott, senior
research scholar at Stanford, and Brady Huggett,
business editor of the journal Nature, took a crack at
The California stem cell agency's
leading efforts to find a cure for HIV – one tied to the famous "Berlin Patient" – received a plug today in a piece in the
state capital's largest circulation newspaper, The Sacramento Bee.
The article by Davi...