Tag: Science

California and the 1918–1920 Influenza Pandemic

  Published in collaboration with California History  Diane M. T. North The 1918–1920 influenza pandemic remains the deadliest influenza pandemic in […]

California Calls You

Leslie Lodwick In 1919, then unemployed Viennese architect Richard Neutra had not yet immigrated to the United States and was […]

The Golden State’s Scientific White Supremacist

The Legacy of Professor Joseph Le Conte and Toppling California’s Lost Cause Monuments

Heating Up: California Spotted Owls and Wildfire

Can large wildfire benefit spotted owls and other imperiled wildlife? An emerging science brings all manner of surprises, and a few tough questions.

Investigating STEM: Health Equity as Touchstone for the Future

Cheryl Holzmeyer Sometime over the past decade or so, a new acronym began permeating public discourse, lumping together fields from […]

Illusions and Perversions in California’s History of Preservation

Nathan F. Sayre Laura Watt’s catchy title, The Paradox of Preservation,[1] doesn’t do her book proper justice. What she terms […]

The Boom Interview: Veerabhadran Ramanathan

The Vatican’s Man in Paris Is a California Scientist.

The Importance of Small Change

On beaks and biodiversity on island California, by Katie Langin.

Science on the Small Screen

Behind the news on Al Jazeera America, by Jacob Ward.