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4/1/2013

Why use a mouse when you can just wave your hand? Bryant Street–based ... More»

3/28/2013

Take 100 scientists, give them six years, $25 million, and the DNA-rich spit of 110,000 people, and what do you get? Answers. A ton of them. For the all-... More»

3/27/2013

Soon, thanks to Alex Briscoe, the good folks at fire stations (the paramedics, in particular) might be able to fill your prescriptions, give you vaccines,... More»

3/27/2013

After this week's landmark Supreme Court hearings on the constitutionality of Proposition 8 and the Defense of Marriage Act, we asked two of the region's... More»

3/26/2013

...and your mouth. and your other, less visible orifices. Simply by sending samples of your bodily fluids and exudates to the crowdfunded... More»

3/26/2013

Wanna live forever? Sorry, don’t count on it. But an international team of scientists at the Lawrence... More»

3/25/2013

Imagine this: One day, doctors will treat disorders as diverse and debilitating as schizophrenia, depression, and Parkinson’s disease not by... More»

3/22/2013

FUSEPROJECT FOUNDER YVES BÉHAR STRIDES across the empty white box of his design firm’s new offices in Potrero Hill, the orange soles... More»

3/20/2013

Last year, four new “trade” schools opened in San Francisco to offer intensive training in a hot field: coding. In sessions ranging from 9 to 12... More»

3/14/2013

Bar-crawlers from the rest of the country—and the world—have to plan their nights a little differently when in San Francisco. That's because the... More»

3/8/2013

For her new book, Hard to Get: Twenty-Something Women and the Paradox of Sexual Freedom, Berkeley therapist Leslie C. Bell... More»

2/27/2013

“You have been twisted by nature into something foul, and even I can see that you did not ask for it.” So said Carson the butler to the sad gay... More»