EDUCATION: Institutions Often Have Guidelines For Transformational Event
Despite its youthful 27 years, California State University San Marcos can boast philanthropist names on five of its facilities, including the library, the field house and the home of the business school.
DEEP LEARNING: Intel Latest To Leverage San Diego Talent for Neuroscience
With significant help from some new allies in the far south of the state, Intel Corp. plans to ship a neural network microchip by the end of the year.
NAVIGATION: Grant Helps Researchers Study How to Measure Motion
Lasers are getting more capable by the year.
ECONOMY: Many Jobs Created; Defense Needs Still a Big Driver
More than a century after the U.S. Navy tried out aircraft for the first time at North Island, the aviation business persists in San Diego County.
Attempts to Bring Uber-Like Services or Other Big Changes to Aviation Don’t Take Off
There is something to be said for an on-demand charter flight, said Kimberly Herrell of Carlsbad-based Schubach Aviation. It’s nothing fancy. It’s the vanilla ice cream in the freezer case among sprinkles and swirls.
PRODUCTION: Co. Keeps Up With Advances And Big Competitors
Any U.S. high schooler in recent decades who participated in any outdoor event would likely be familiar with Anchor Audio’s flagship product.
Complex Printers Capable of Fusing Parts; Forecast 3D Tackles Jobs in Aerospace, Biomedical and Automotive
The new face of manufacturing in San Diego County sits inside a low-rise building at the end of a cul-de-sac next to McClellan-Palomar Airport.
WINERY: Using New Device, Reusable Growlers Are Filled From Barrels
One urban winery in San Diego has found success taking a page out of the craft beer industry’s playbook.
From Vineyards to Urban Wineries, Local Producers Cultivate Good Reputation
Bring up California wine, and few think first of San Diego. Well, some Southern Californians may. But the association is likely attributable to geographic confusion: Temecula, the wine region in southwestern Riverside County, is often mistakenly believed to be in San Diego County.
EDUCATION: Pioneering Community College Offering Is Employment Centered
A first-of-its-kind bachelor’s degree at MiraCosta College is preparing students for the manufacturing side of biotech with the goal of bolstering the region’s homegrown workforce.
Farmer’s High-Tech Irrigation System Shows Necessity of Innovation to Compete
When Kurt Bantle bought a 12.5-acre avocado grove in 2011, he envisioned farming as a nice contrast to his day job as a wireless testing expert. He also saw business potential.